Ver Angola


Country sets in motion "pioneering process of reforms" of the institutions

The country is already undergoing a "pioneering process of reforms" of the institutions, revealed the Vice President of the Republic, Bornito de Sousa, who was speaking during the debate of the 9th meeting "Strategic Triangle Latin America-Europe-Africa".


The responsible, cited by Angop, considered that this process will help to deconcentrate municipal power, improve the business environment and thus diversify the national economy.

During his speech, the vice-president stated that the Executive wants, with these reforms, to guarantee the health and well-being of Angolans, without conditioning economic growth.

Affirming that the country is part of a set of strategic alliances between the Atlantic, he admitted that the countries and institutions of Europe, Latin America and Africa can be fundamental to help each other for development.

However, he indicated that the lack of an assistance and aid model has led many young people to immigrate illegally to countries where stability and living conditions are better.

Considering that the country "has demographic, hydrographic, arable land resources", among others, Bornito de Sousa, admitted that "Angola is a country that has everything to do" and is open to private investment.

Bornito de Sousa also said that it is necessary to promote political stability, democracy, have education systems that promote employment and entrepreneurship, and he said that the three continents should exchange experiences both on a human and technological level so that common problems between the continents can be solved.

He also spoke about the response to the global crisis, admitting that the African continent is the weakest, since in addition to the crisis it also faces other difficulties, such as lack of resources and deficiencies in education and health systems.

Rebeca Grynspan, Secretary General of the Ibero-American Organization, took the opportunity to admit that the reforms underway in Angola are courageous.

Enrique Iglesias, former Uruguayan Foreign Minister, argued that the inter-Atlantic continents must find a way to combine their interests.

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