Tue, 08 May 2018 18:51 - Updated Tue, 08 May 2018 18:51
Parliamentarians review private investment law
Luanda - The Draft Private Investment Law was analysed on Tuesday in Luanda during a session that gathered members of the 1st, 4th, 5th and 6th special commissions of the National Assembly.
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Marcy Lopes - Secretary for constitutional affairs
Photo: Lino Guimaraes
National Assembly commssions
Photo: Lino Guimaraes
The commissions analysed the Constitutional and Legal matters, State Administration and Local Government, Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, as well as Education and Culture.
The document will be approved Wednesday at specialty meeting.
The meeting was chaired by MP of the first commission of the National Assembly, Reis Junior, accompanied by the Secretaries of State for Economy and Legal and Constitutional Affairs, respectively Sérgio Santos and Marcy Lopes.
On Wednesday, MPs will discuss the bill on the Extraordinary Regime for Asset Regulation (RERP).
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