Mon, 26 Feb 2018 19:30 - Updated Mon, 26 Feb 2018 19:29
Repatriation of capital is patriotic spirit - Bishop António Jaca
Caxito - The repatriation of capital is a patriotic spirit that aims to help develop the nation and improve the living conditions of populations, said Monday in Caxito, the Bishop of the local Diocese, Bishop António Jaca.
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Bishop of Diocese of Caxito, Dom António Jaca
Photo: Adão João Pedro
Speaking to journalists about the approval of the Law on the repatriation of capital by the National Assembly, António Jaca admitted to being satisfied with the initiative of the
President of the Republic, João Lourenço, because the money that many national citizens have taken illicitly must return to the country and benefit all Angolans.
According to the Bishop, MPs must find more adequate mechanisms to enable this effort that is for everyone.
He reiterated his willingness to collaborate with the provincial government, since the church is a direct partner of the state in the social affairs.
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