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Mon, 17 Jun 2019 16:06 - Updated Mon, 17 Jun 2019 16:08

Ex- Military Intelligence Service chief under house arrest

Luanda - The former chief of Military Intelligence and Security Service (SISM) general António José Maria is facing personal coercion measures of under house arrest, announced the Supreme Military Court (STM) on Monday

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General António José Maria

Photo: António Escrivão

In its note reached Angop on Monday, the STM states that José Maria must wait in this condition for further proceedings of the process.

José Maria is indicted for the criminal offences, ranging from loss of documents, equipments or objects containing military information to disobedience.

According to the document, the said offences are provided for in articles 42 number 01 and 17 number 01, both of Law 04/94 of January 28 (Law on Military Crimes).

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