Angola Defends Human Rights

Mangueira states that the Angolan nation has, since the proclamation of independence, promoted and defended the rights and freedoms of human beings

Angola’s justice minister, Rui Mangueira, states that the Angolan nation has, since the proclamation of independence, promoted and defended the rights and freedoms of human beings, both individually and organised in social groups.

According to Mangueira, such rights are guaranteed by the legislative, executive and judicial powers, through their organs and institutions, as stipulated in various international legal instruments.

The officials noted that the vision of the African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights has been progressively implemented in Angola with good results, especially in boosting public institution tasked with ensuring these grounds.

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Source: 
All Africa

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