Cabinet analyses statute of private schools
Luanda, Luanda - The Cabinet Council analysed on Wednesday, in Luanda, a draft presidential decree that approves the statute of private primary and secondary education schools, reads a communiqué approved at the fifth ordinary session of this organ. This legal diploma regulates the educational and teaching activity in the mentioned levels of education. In the same session, the Cabinet Council also assessed a presidential decree that approves a financing agreement between the Angolan government, represented by the Health Ministry, and the International Association for Development. The agreement aims to implement a programme to reinforce municipal health services in the provinces of Bengo, Lunda Norte, Malanje, Moxico and Uíge, to benfit about 1.5 million people. In the cultural domain, the Cabinet analysed a draft presidential decree that approves the organisational structure of the National Library. The Cabinet also checked several resolution proposals that approve the convention on protection of cultural goods in case of armed conflict, the convention on protection of cultural expression diversity, and the Unidroit convention of 1995 on cultural goods that are stolen or illegally exported. Other diplomas were analysed by the Cabinet Council, with highlight on a resolution draft that is to be submitted to the National Assembly on the ratification of the Treaty to establish the trans-border area of Okavango-Zambeze. The session was chaired by the head of the Executive, José Eduardo dos Santos.