Luanda - The Angola’s Foreign Affairs minister, Georges Chikoti, will participate on Monday in the Great Lakes Region meeting in Cairo, Egypt.
Luanda - The Secretary of State for Institutional Affairs, Adão de Almeida, considered transparent the voting registration process and rejected the existence of legal incompatibilities due to the fact that the Minister of Territory Administration, Bornito de Sousa, is running for Vice-president post.
Maputo - A delegation of the Ministry of National Defense (MINDEN), headed by Inspector General of Defense, General Fernando Torres Vaz da Conceição, participated in Maputo, Mozambique, on 20-24 February in the 11th annual general meeting of the Inspection Working Group of the Southern African Development Community (SADC).
Luanda - The Ministry of Culture (Mincult) will shortly submit to the Cabinet Council the review proposal of the Law on Freedom of Religion, Conscience and Worship, Law 02/04, of May 21, whose new text, prepared in two years, will fundamentally change the requirements for the recognition of religious denominations.
Luanda - Equal treatment of religious denominations by the state, preventive supervision and non-use of places of worship for party purposes were the main recommendations ousted on Friday from the Parliament's monthly debate on "Laity of the State, Religious Freedom and Respect for Law and Fundamental Rights in Angola".
Luanda - The MPLA presidential candidate for the 2017 general elections, João Lourenço, on Friday expressed his intention to do much more for the development of Angola and Angolans, providing a well-being in the most varied areas.
Luanda - At least 8 million voters have registered since the process started in August last year until today (Friday), said the State Secretary for Institutional and Electoral Affairs of Territory Administration Ministry (MAT), Adão Francisco Correia de Almeida.
Luanda - Angolan State's competent bodies should review the Law on Freedom of Religion, Law 02/04 of May 21, to better adapt to the reality of the country and tackle the issue of religious denominations.
Nhârea - MPLA presidential candidate for the 2017 general election, João Lourenço, considered on Friday in Nhârea town, central Bié province, the poll too serious matters and hence the need to hold contact with the people.