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Pitta Grós: “Only with an interaction with the three powers can, in fact, we have a functional justice”

Greater interaction between the three powers (executive, legislative and judicial) was defended by Hélder Pitta Grós, Attorney General of the Republic, who considered that only in this way could there be “in fact” a “functional justice that could solve the problems” of the population.


"Only with an interaction with the three powers will we be able, in fact, to have a functioning justice that can solve the people's problems", said the attorney general, when speaking, this Sunday, at the inauguration of the new premises of the Attorney General's Office República in Cabinda, whose building was refurbished and equipped by the government, within the framework of the Integrated Program for Intervention in Municipalities (PIIM).

On the occasion, Pitta Grós explained – quoted by Jornal de Angola – that said interaction begins with the executive, whose task is to "carry out works and create conditions for the justice bodies to function properly". The legislative power, he said, is responsible for approving the laws that the judiciary needs to simplify the work, as well as guarantee the fundamental rights of the population.

Furthermore, as an example of "good governance", the official underlined the attitude shown by the government of that province, specifying the case of Mara Quiosa, provincial governor, who decided not to "stop" the requalification of the new the initiative was started by former governor Marcos Alexandre Nhunga, writes Jornal de Angola.

Pitta Grós said it was a "commendable initiative, as it is not very common in the country". The prosecutor, quoted by Jornal de Angola, also said that similar cases of "good governance" are not always observed in the country, where a governor continues with the work started by his predecessor, adding that when this happens it deserves to be recognized.

Addressing the judges of the Public Prosecutor's Office, the Attorney General of the Republic appealed to the need for a greater attitude, so that the expectation invested by people in professionals will not be usurped and even if they are able to obtain the site from the entity suitable for exposing their problems when their rights are violated, writes Jornal de Angola.

It should be noted that the new building – whose inauguration took place this Sunday and was attended by Pitta Grós and Mara Quiosa – comprises three rooms for attorneys, a library, a meeting room, a cell, among others.


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