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Angola: Government Wants Improvement of Citizens' Trust
Source: portalangop.co.ao
Source Date: Friday, November 19, 2010
Focus: ICT for MDGs
Country: Angola
Created: Nov 22, 2010

Luanda – The Angolan Cabinet has as one of the main activities the improvement of the level of trust of citizens and firms in public administration, as well as in the implementation of actions that aim at fighting corruption among the state firms, ANGOP has learnt.

This was said by the Justice minister, Guilhermina Prata, who added that it is an effort that has been made, both at the legal level, with highlight on the approval of the Public Probity Law, and institutional one, through the adoption of mechanisms of preventive and punishment character.

"Democracy demands conditions of confidence and security of people and community, in various levels of state performance and responsibility, through a set of efforts of prevention and fight against crime, namely organised crime, economic-financial criminality and corruption", she said.

The official that was speaking at the closing ceremony of the Third Annual Conference of Strategic Organisms of Internal Control, with the Portuguese Speaking Countries Community (CPLP), said two aspects should guide the process of internal control for modernisation of the state administration.

Thus, he quoted the strategic definition of the priority goals of the inspection activity, and the seeking of better deontological and technical solutions for the practical materialisation of the different goals and missions that may be tasked.

With regard to the activity, that took place in the country for three days, the minister said it is a great opportunity, which meets the concerns expressed by the Angolan Head of State, José Eduardo dos Santos, during his speech at the National Assembly, on the state of the nation.

The conference had the participation of representatives of Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau, Mozambique, Portugal, Sao Tome and Principe and East Timor.

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