Huambo - The compliance and protection of the lawyers' immunity, as outlined in article 194 of the Constitution of the Republic, on the part of institutions which operate in justice administration, demand specific regulation.
Huambo - The director of the National Institute of Judicial Studies (INEJ), Luzia Sebastião, manifested in the city of Huambo on Sunday optimistic about the effectiveness of the Justice and Law reform in the country, which, among other challenges, aims to restructure the Angolan judiciary with the implementation of district courts.
Huambo - After 43 years, the central Huambo province being ruled by men, will be governed for the first time by a woman appointed Wednesday by the President of the Republic, João Lourenço.
Huambo - The Local Governance Council meeting this Wednesday in Huambo city, under the guidance of President João Lourenço, recommended the application of criminal measures to discourage the theft and vandalism of public property.
Huambo - The Justice and Human Rights Minister, Francisco Queiroz, has assured Wednesday more work in the province of Huambo so as to make crimes for vandalizing public property treated with celerity.
Huambo - At least 8,143 kilometers of secondary and tertiary roads will be rehabilitated in the next five years to ensure the free and safe movement of people and goods, said Wednesday the minister of Construction and Public Works.
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.
Huambo - Religious leaders in the central Huambo Province want the future law on Freedom of Religion, Belief and Cult to state that for one to be allowed to function as a pastor must have a course on Theology.