Angolan justice system to enter new phase of modernisation
The Angolan justice system is entering a new phase of reform, focused on modernisation and computerisation of its processes.
At a ceremony in Luanda this week, President José Eduardo dos Santos announced the beginning of a new phase of the reform process of the judiciary. He said a focus would be placed "continuity of the policy of modernisation and computerisation, based on the principles of streamlining and simplification of procedures.”
He also reaffirmed the government’s commitment to accelerating the completion of the legal framework necessary for the full operation of the judiciary, as well as establishing a proper system of training, qualification and human resource management.
The ceremony was attended by the Vice-President and members of the Superior Council of the Judiciary and Public Prosecution.