Thu, 18 Feb 2010 19:32 - Updated Thu, 18 Feb 2010 19:32
PGR concludes evidence of crime in "Caso Mingota"
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Luanda - The Attorney General's Office (PGR) disclosed on Thursday that the facts and circumstances of death, in 2009, of Domingas Sousa e Francisco "Mingota" indicate presumption of omission conduct of the cataloguing woman of Américo Boavida Hospital, Marien Pedro Antonio.
According to a communiqué issued by PGR, made available to Angop and signed by the director of the Office of Attorney General, Gilberto Vunge, the conduct of Marien Antonio against Mingota is susceptible for criminal offence, being held liable for criminal act (based on Article 368 of the Criminal Code).
According to the source, the medical care that lacked the late Mingota (who died at 16pm on June 27, 2009 at the gate of the Public Television of Angola (TPA) was not provided, not only for refusal to provide care but also because the employee would acted this way because of the conditions of the Hospital at the time, which did not allow timely and effective emergency assistance.