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Tue, 02 Jan 2018 15:36 - Updated Tue, 02 Jan 2018 15:35

Supervision institute sets 180 days to Games Rooms for registration

Luanda - The Games rooms "Fortuna or Azar", which operate in the country, have 180 days to make its registration after the deadline, all those who do not register will be closed, warned the head of the National Institute of Games Supervision ( ISJ), an organ assigned to the Ministry of Finance.

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Game room "Fortuna ou Azar"

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The head of the Department of Licensing and Statistics of the Supervision Institute, Felizardo Ferraz, told Angop, on the sidelines of the licensing act of the Rivas Games Room in Luanda, that even those that were not cataloged by ISJ may prove their existence, if they are not in condition or suitable for such, then they will be closed and considered as nonexistent, illegal or unfit for the activities.

As part of the process of conformation and regularization of the Games Rooms, the Games Supervision Institute will license the rooms based on their financial, technical, organizational and suitability, only to receive an operating license.

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