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Thu, 18 Feb 2016 09:16 - Updated Thu, 18 Feb 2016 09:16

San Lorenzo University awards excellent mark to Angolan official

Luanda - The San Lorenzo University, one of the most renowned higher education institutions of Paraguay, awarded on 26 January the Excellent mark to the Angolan secretary of State for Human Rights, António Bento Bembe, as a result of his Doctor’s degree thesis on Administration and Organisational Management.

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Bento Bembe - Angolan secretary of State for Human Rights

Photo: Joaquina Bento

António Bento Bembe’s thesis, entitled “Management and development policies for the Angolan province of Cabinda”, was the target of detailed analysis by the jury.

Speaking to ANGOP, Bento Bembe said that in his work he analyses aspects relating to the development of Cabinda(an exclave in the northern coast of the country) based on its special status, which the government awarded the province in 2006.


He went on to say that despite the two government-sponsored programmes being implemented in that region, namely the National Development Programme and the Special Status, Cabinda still faces serious problems relating to its development, with highlight on the diversification of its economy.   

Bento Bembe stressed that he had to make a Great sacrifice to be able to cope with his student life and his responsibilities in the Angolan Executive, adding that this was possible because he is a man that likes learning and studying.

He also thanked the head of the Angolan Executive, President José Eduardo dos Santos, for authorising him to take some time, normally a month, once in a while, to attend classes in the Paraguayan university.

He revealed that he has learnt that there are over 600 Angolan university students in the Latin American country.

Bento Bembe also has a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain, done in the year 2013, where he defended the topic “Public policies in Angola in the context of human rights”.


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