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Angola registers more than five million citizens and assigns the first BI to another 2.6 million

Angola has already registered more than five million citizens and has given, for the first time, identity cards to 2.6 million Angolans in the last two years, announced the Minister of Justice and Human Rights.


Francisco Queiroz revealed the data during the balance sheet meeting of the Birth Registration Massification Program and Identity Card Attribution and the Land Registration Massification Program, in the period between August and December 2021.

In the period under analysis, a total of 1,234,124 birth registrations were carried out and, for the first time, 644,494 identity cards were issued.

"Thus, since the beginning of the program, in November 2019 until the month of December 2021, 5,075,139 citizens were registered and 2,635,203 Angolans were identified for the first time", informed the minister.

The official stressed that, following the statistical data from the beginning of the programme, 4,040,945 citizens still need to be registered and, for the first time, 3,369,188 Angolans have yet to be registered, until the month of September this year.

"However, these starting data have proved to be unreliable, as, in practice, there are already three or four provinces that have reached almost 200 percent of people with identity cards", he said.
According to the minister, Luanda is the province with the highest number of delivery of identity cards, and the large number of inhabitants "sometimes suggests that there is a delay in the issuance and delivery [of documents]".

"Although there are constraints, such as the measures imposed due to the evolution of the covid-19 pandemic, the lack and delays in the payment of subsidy to brigadistas, the theft of equipment, which has increased in recent times, and others, we can verify that, in general, a large part of the execution of the program took place until the year 2021", he highlighted.

During 2021, field visits were carried out to various brigades and posts in almost all the provinces of the country, with the exception of Cabinda, which made it possible to verify the level of productivity and the difficulties experienced by the program teams, as well as indicating the ways to overcome them. them.

The year 2021, continued the minister, was also the year of greatest implementation of the program in the diaspora, with several teams traveling to 16 countries, where they set up 28 identification posts, missing Italy and Spain, with the more posts in South America and Africa.

"The time left for us to carry out the program is eight months, we must redouble our efforts, in order to obtain numbers increasingly closer to the recommended goals, in order to achieve the results scheduled for September 2022", he said. .

Within the scope of the Land Registration Massification Program, the number of 84,273 land registration acts were reached throughout the national territory, from March 2021, when the program began, until December of the same year, said the minister.


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