Luanda - A National Identity Card Production and Control Center, with a daily capacity of 19,600 documents, will be built in the country's capital by March 2019.More about this news
Luanda - National identity cards will be issued starting Friday at schools in the provinces of Luanda, Huambo, Bié, Malanje, Huíla and Moxico, due to an agreement between the Ministries of Justice and Human Rights and Education.
Luanda - The Ministry of Justice and Human Rights has slammed the attitude of the Trade Union of Angolan Justice Department Officials (SOJA) for introducing in the last minute new elements in their complaints list, in the ambit of the strike that the trade unionists summoned last week and which began last Monday.
Luanda - The Trade Union of Justice Officials (SOJA) last Friday announced a five-day nationwide strike, as from Monday, following successive postponements of agreements during negotiation talks with the government.
Luanda - The justice must be an unbreakable blockage that is able to fight corruption, since this is a serious phenomenon that undermines and weakens the baselines and pillars of the society with big consequences.
Luanda - The implementation of human rights in school curricula including higher education will allow greater compliance with citizens' fundamental rights and freedoms.
Luanda - Angola has taken significant steps to comply with the recommendations on the protection of children's rights, under the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child, said Thursday the Secretary of State for Human Rights and Citizenship, Ana Celeste Cardoso.
Nhârea - The Angolan Government will increasingly improve the technical conditions of the identity card issuing process, so as to enable citizens to have this document, in a short time, without traveling great distances.
Luanda - The innovative features of the new Identity Card (ID) was highlighted Monday in Luanda by the Minister of Justice and Human Rights, Francisco Queiróz, who chaired the ID official launch ceremony.