Thu, 23 Aug 2018 13:12 - Updated Thu, 23 Aug 2018 13:12
State pays particular attention to those born in "maquis" and in prisons
Luanda - The citizens who were born during the national liberation struggle,?maquis? and in prisons, should receive special attention from the Executive because they did not have a quiet childhood, said Wednesday the Secretary of State for the Former Combatants and Veterans of the Homeland, Clemente Conjuca.
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Secretary of State for the Former Combatants and Veterans of the Homeland, Clemente Conjuca
Photo: Francisco Miúdo/Arquivo
The official made this statement in the scope of the public auscultation of the Proposal of Law of the Former Combatant and of the Veteran of the Homeland that took place in the municipality of Viana,
province of Luanda.
He stressed that the auscultation bill will accommodate those citizens who have been in the armed forces for many years and have not reached the rank of officers in the performance of military or paramilitary service.
When referring to the pension benefits, the official said that it was a right that had been consecrated, and that all is being done so as to allow the veterans of the country to receive the merit allowance.
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Luanda - The Angolan state recognizes the regime of special protection accorded to former combatants and veterans of Homeland, and assumes the duty to create, provide and organize normative, institutional, human, material financial and other mechanisms to guarantee their implementation.
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Luanda - The Association of Former Combatants (AAC) Tuesday called for a substantial increase in the blood pension, from 23,000 Kwanzas to at least 100,000.