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UCAN and Parliament establish partnership

Luanda, ANGOLA, December 22 - The Catholic University of Angola (UCAN) and the National Assembly agreed to establish an institutional partnership in order to make parliamentary law an autonomous subject of Constitutional Law. ,

The project is an initiative of the Faculty of Law of the Catholic University of Angola (UCAN), which aims to make parliamentary law a school subject.


UCAN's vice principal, José Vicente Cacuchi, this Friday in Luanda discussed the matter with the Speaker of the National Assembly, Fernando da Piedade Dias dos Santos, from whom he received guarantees for the implementation of the project.


"The parliament speaker thinks so and, seriously, we can invest in that, relying on the partnership of Parliament itself. We need Parliament to highlight frameworks that are at the level of this partnership and on our part as well", explained the principal.


The Faculty of Law of the Catholic University, in partnership with the National Assembly, held on Thursday the second national conference of Parliamentary Law.


Márcia de Brito believes that a better understanding of the legislative power of the states is an important element for understanding democratic processes, because the parliament is a privileged stage of the political debates of the States.