Fri, 23 Aug 2019 17:42 - Updated Fri, 23 Aug 2019 17:42
MAT changes GCII nomenclature
Luanda - The Ministry of Territory Administration and State Reform has changed the denomination of the Communication and Institutional and Press Office (GCII) to the Social Communication Office (GCS), and has adjusted its competences.
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The amendment, the terms of which are contained in Executive Decree No. 213/19 of 14 August, arises from the need to adapt the Organic structure of Provincial Governments to Presidential Order No. 202/19 of 25 June.
The referred Executive Decree also changes the terminology of the Provincial Office of Registries and Administrative Organization to the Office of Registries and Administrative Modernization, and adjusts its internal structure.
It also determines the separation of the Legal and Inspection Office into two internal service units, namely the Department of Legal and Litigation Advisory, and the Exchange.
It extinguishes the Office of Trade, Industry and Mineral Resources, and expands the internal service units, as well as the scope of competencies of the Provincial Office for Integrated Economic Development.
It indicates that the organization and functioning of the Provincial Governments are applicable to all provisions of Chapter II of Presidential Decree 202/19 of 25 June which are not mentioned in this Executive Decree.
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