Tue, 14 May 2019 19:17 - Updated Tue, 14 May 2019 19:17
Angola: Vice President appoints new legal advisor
Luanda - Angola?s Vice President Bornito de Diogo Tuesday appointed Evaristo José Solano on service commission as legal adviser, administrative modernisation and interchange.
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Vice president of Republic, Bornito de Sousa
Photo: Pedro Parente
Evaristo José Solano, who holds a doctorate in Civil and Legal Sciences, is taking over from Dionísio Manuel da Fonseca.
The latter was appointed to the position of deputy governor of Luanda for the political and social Affairs.
A statement released by Vice President's Institutional Communication and Press Office states that the appointment of the new adviser is the light of powers delegated by the President of the Republic and the organic status of the organs of support to the Vice President of Republic.
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