Parliament resumes debate on general state accounts on Wednesday

  • A plenary session of the National Assembly
Luanda – Debate and vote on the General State Account (CGE) for the 2019 financial year resume on Wednesday in the National Assembly.

The announcement was made by the National Assembly Speaker, Fernando da Piedade Dias dos Santos.

The Speaker announced this during the suspension of the 12th Ordinary Plenary Assembly of the National Assembly on Tuesday, amid statements from the parliamentary groups and representations.

The MP Lucas Ngonda of the opposition FNLA party, recognised the "titanic efforts" made by the Executive on implementing some programme, such as Kwenda, PIIM and PRODESI, but he said that the Angolan families are not out of the woods yet.

On the other hand, the leader of the PRS, Benedito Daniel, noted that the General State Account lacks efficiency and effectiveness, because it does not present any conclusions, defending a greater participation of the Parliament in the inspection process.

However, he recognised significant improvements in the preparation of the General State Account, following the recommendations of the Court of Auditors (TC).

 

The announcement was made by the National Assembly Speaker, Fernando da Piedade Dias dos Santos.

The Speaker announced this during the suspension of the 12th Ordinary Plenary Assembly of the National Assembly on Tuesday, amid statements from the parliamentary groups and representations.

The MP Lucas Ngonda of the opposition FNLA party, recognised the "titanic efforts" made by the Executive on implementing some programme, such as Kwenda, PIIM and PRODESI, but he said that the Angolan families are not out of the woods yet.

On the other hand, the leader of the PRS, Benedito Daniel, noted that the General State Account lacks efficiency and effectiveness, because it does not present any conclusions, defending a greater participation of the Parliament in the inspection process.

However, he recognised significant improvements in the preparation of the General State Account, following the recommendations of the Court of Auditors (TC).