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Court of Auditors wants to reinforce its autonomy

The presiding judge of the Court of Auditors (TdC) said, this Wednesday, that the future of the body lies in strengthening its autonomy, considering that this is “a condition”.


According to Sebastião Gunza, the TdC continues to play an irreplaceable role in maintaining our rule of law, noting that this body, today, "more than ever, needs new ideas, ideas that provide a horizon for the future".

"We need human, legal and material solutions, we need alternatives and there are always alternatives", stated the venerable presiding judge of the TdC at the opening of the solemn ceremony marking the 23rd anniversary of the body controlling the execution of the country's public finances.

For Sebastião Gunza, on the day of celebrating another anniversary of the judicial power entity, this body cannot do without its future which "is in strengthening the autonomy of the Court of Auditors, in its self-government", in "digital transformation" and in the "valuation of knowledge".

"It is necessary to have the wisdom to separate the accessory from the fundamental, because the autonomy of the audit courts is not an option, the autonomy of the audit courts is a condition", he pointed out.

Sebastião Gunza also highlighted, in his speech, the historic cooperation of the Court of Auditors with its counterpart in Portugal and with other countries in the Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries (CPLP).

The celebrations of the 23rd anniversary of the Court of Auditors will take place until Friday, in Luanda, under the motto "Promoting Transparency and Responsibility in Public Finances".


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