Police slam instigation of disorder

  • Paulo de Almeida,  Comandante Geral da Policia Nacional
LUANDA – National police commander Paulo de Almeida Monday in Luanda  appealed to members of the public to refrain from using violence or acts that go against the law.

In a message on account of the situation facing the country, Paulo de Almeida called on the members of society to respect the law and thus avoid the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic and save lives.

 

The police officer slammed the violence incitement messages on the social media,

in view of a demonstration being announced for 11 November, the National Independence Day.

 

Paulo de Almeida appealed to the citizens to make of the 11 November a date for a reflection, harmony and unity and adopt a civic and patriotic attitude and sound social living.

 

He said the police are following on the social media and other media, utterances of various motivations, inciting violence, disorder and disobedience to the forces of defence and security, including suggestions of alterations to the reigning constitutional order.

 

In his message, the officer recalls that the right to demonstrate is enshrined in the country’s Constitution and ensures all citizens the right to peaceful protest.

 

He said the Police will make the law respected and will not allow the normal functioning of the institutions, the citizens’ freedom and fundamental rights to be disrupted through disorder and disobedience.

In a message on account of the situation facing the country, Paulo de Almeida called on the members of society to respect the law and thus avoid the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic and save lives.

 

The police officer slammed the violence incitement messages on the social media,

in view of a demonstration being announced for 11 November, the National Independence Day.

 

Paulo de Almeida appealed to the citizens to make of the 11 November a date for a reflection, harmony and unity and adopt a civic and patriotic attitude and sound social living.

 

He said the police are following on the social media and other media, utterances of various motivations, inciting violence, disorder and disobedience to the forces of defence and security, including suggestions of alterations to the reigning constitutional order.

 

In his message, the officer recalls that the right to demonstrate is enshrined in the country’s Constitution and ensures all citizens the right to peaceful protest.

 

He said the Police will make the law respected and will not allow the normal functioning of the institutions, the citizens’ freedom and fundamental rights to be disrupted through disorder and disobedience.