Luanda, October 9 (RHC)-- On the eve of a visit to Cuba, the Chief Justice of Angola’s Supreme Court, Cristiano Andre, said historic ties between the two countries are being reinforced by the presence in that nation of some four thousand Cuban specialists in sectors such as Education, Health, Culture and Construction.
The Angolan Chief Justice said in Cuba he will examine local policies and experiences regarding individual and human rights and justice.
Learning from the Cuban experiences will be very useful to our country since were are now embarked in the upgrading of judicial procedures as called for in the new Angolan Constitution, approved in 2010, the Angolan Chief Justice noted.
Last June, Angola’s Chief Prosecutor, Joao Moreira de Sousa, visited Havana and examined the procedures followed by Court prosecutors, emphasizing on the rights of the accused.
As a result of his visit, the Angolan Chief Prosecutor signed an agreement with his Cuban counterpart calling for the Exchange of experiences and the permanent training of personnel.
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