Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Military law training needs noted in Angola

The Angola Press has this report on training needs for the military justice system:
The Chief Judge of the Supreme Military Court, General António dos Santos Neto "Patónio," Monday in Luanda said that the training of staff of the Angolan Armed Forces, at all levels, is a priority of the institution that he represents and the Military Prosecutor. 
Speaking at the opening ceremony of workshop on criminal procedure and criminal law appeal, the official said the Supreme Military Court cannot fail to pay attention to this mission. 
The official advocated the need to provide the judges systematically with training activities. He said that these trainings should be confined to the branch of legal sciences and also the technologies that today enable the insertion of the man in the so called world of globalization.

The chief judge of the Supreme Military Court stressed that these issues require them to do a legal analysis of the decisions and guidelines of the lower courts. 
The Constitution of the Republic of Angola and its demands of modernity, whether in relation to current law (under Article 239) and in the near future desirable and, to some extent, one can already anticipate other objective of the training program.

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