Tue, 30 Apr 2019 10:53 - Updated Tue, 30 Apr 2019 10:53
Govt admits shortcoming in providing civil registration service
Huambo - Angola’s minister of Justice and Human Rights Francisco Queirós has acknowledged the sector’s poor capacity to respond to the civil registration services across the country.
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Justice minister, Francisco Queiroz
Photo: Joaquina Bento
Francisco Queirós was speaking Monday in central Huambo province at the opening ceremony of the 14th Consulting Council Meeting of the sector.
He said that the performance of the civil registration service is not yet satisfactory.
In order to reverse the situation, the minister called for the need to mobilise efforts, stressing that combined effort was needed to speed up services in the sector and meet the 2018/2022 National Development Plan goal.
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