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Laborinho announces the entry of 8000 new personnel into the National Police

The Minister of the Interior, Eugénio Laborinho, announced that approximately 8000 new personnel will soon join the National Police, aiming to reinforce public security and renew the Border Guard Police.


"We received from the Armed Forces 8000 personnel who are undergoing training and will soon swear the flag to reinforce public security and renew the Border Guard Police", said the holder of the Interior portfolio, when speaking in parliament, as part of the discussion, in particular, from the General State Budget for 2024.

On the occasion, Laborinho – cited by Angop – informed that they are in a period of staff turnover, especially those from the Border Guard who have been at the border posts for more than a decade.

According to the government official, there is a program to modernize and equip the country's borders. Thus, quoted by Angop, he said that they are "starting with the main borders with communication routes, such as those of Luvo (Zaire), Maquela do Zombo (Uíge), Cambulo and Chissamba (Lunda Norte)".

Among other aspects, he also took advantage of the occasion to announce the inauguration, within the next few days, of 22 police units in the various provinces, within the framework of the Integrated Plan for Intervention in Municipalities (PIIM).

He also said that they are also working on promoting staff, with many giving preference to earning through rank rather than function.

Laborinho also stated that the budget for next year covers the financial independence of the provincial delegations in his department and the provincial commands of the National Police, a fact that he considered "will help solve many problems".

Among other aspects, he also mentioned that electronic radars will soon be installed on public roads, aiming to identify traffic violations.

He also spoke about the misuse of sirens. "Regarding the improper use of sirens by citizens who are not authorized by law, the minister mentioned that there is already a strategy for inspecting vehicles and, consequently, penalizing offenders", says a statement from parliament, to which VerAngola had access.

According to the note, on the occasion, "the deputies to the National Assembly, who worked this Thursday, 23, with the Minister of State and Head of the Military House of the President of the Republic and with the Defense, Security and Public Order bodies , called for greater attention to strategies to combat crime, through the definition of effective programs to guarantee the safety of citizens".

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