Autonomy international conference in Angola concludes
According to the agenda, this Wednesday in the Palace of Justice will meet the fourth and last panel: local Autarkies, financing, powers, and elections.
The first international conference on local autarkies in Angola concludes today with approaches to draft legislation that will support the project from 2020.
According to the agenda, this Wednesday in the Palace of Justice will meet the fourth and last panel: local Autarkies, financing, powers, and elections, reports Channel Television.
Central administration and autarkic administration, financial decentralization and local finances, and city elections and participation are among the themes of the four thematic axes, which also took into account the model projected for the country, development, and planning, and the model to be applied.
Experts said that the issue is new for the practice in Angola and should be understood as a process that must be examined and rectified so that it does not have the problems of other institutions in the past.
The meeting, which included the presentation of the experiences of Cape Verde, Mozambique, and Portugal, is part of the efforts to disseminate the draft legislation that will support the autarchic. The package is pending submission in parliament for approval.