Wed, 29 Aug 2018 16:42 - Updated Wed, 29 Aug 2018 16:41
President João Lourenço returns to Luanda
Huambo - The Angolan head of State João Lourenço left Wednesday Huambo province back to the country's capital, Luanda, after a two-day visit to the central region of the country.
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President of Republic João Lourenço back to Luanda
Photo: Rosário dos Santos
The president chaired on Tuesday the 8th Ordinary Session of Cabinet Council which approved various documents, with stress to the Presidential Decree providing for the Legal Regime for Binding and Contributing to Compulsory Social Protection.
On Wednesday, João Lourenço chaired the 2nd Ordinary Session of the Local Governance Council (CGL).
The meeting analysed, among other issues, the five-year road plan and the recruitment process of teachers and doctors in the country.
Sill, under his work agenda, the President inaugurated a new thermal power station of Huambo and received in audience the kings of the central highland.
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