The information was transmitted today by IGAE deputy inspector general, Eduardo Semente, stating that the actions to "combat petty corruption" began in August 2019 and the occurrences were registered "essentially" in Luanda.
He also said that although the IGAE's actions were only focused on the capital, between August and December 2019, but with the prospect of national coverage, four démarches were also carried out outside Luanda.
"The IGAE at the moment is a body based only in Luanda with the perspective of national coverage, but even so, we had four demarches outside Luanda according to the seriousness of the facts with 29 arrests," he explained.
Eduardo Semente was speaking to journalists as part of a series of talks alluding to the 28th anniversary of the Inspectorate General of State Administration in Luanda.
Also today, the IGAE presented the 'call-center' 119, a free telephone line for reports of possible "acts of corruption and irregular practices" of the Government and its agents.