Human rights official recognises improvement of infrastructures in Uíge
Uige, Uíge - The State secretary for Human Rights, Bento Bembe, Wednesday in northern Uige province said that the region has significantly improved over the last days in the sectors of energy, health and infrastructures, as a result of Angolan Government's efforts. The Human Rights officials said so at the end of a three-day visit to the province. Bento Bembe said he was pleased with the upgrading works of the main hospital and the rehabilitation of the Palace of Justice, including the opening of a regional integrated minors re-education centre. However, the official spoke of the need for more investment in the sectors of Energy and Water. The Human Rights secretary of State also called for the increase of the number of magistrates, Justice officials and of Court's Registry Offices. He also called for the speeding up of the rehabilitation of the Uige Penitentiary and construction of another in Negage district. António Bento Bembe has already visited the jails of the provincial criminal investigation department (Dpic) and the district command of the corporation, the provincial command of the National Police and the local branch the office of the Interior Ministry.