Luanda - Home Affairs minister, Sebastião Martins said Thursday in Luanda that the approval of the Interior Protection Law will ensure order and public security.
Speaking at the XII session of the National Assembly, which approved the document, the minister stated that this is the first statute that clearly establishes the obligations and rights of staff as well as the actions of the Ministry of Interior.
The official, who welcomed the law, said that the move came at a right time, alluding to the electoral process, as it creates a better sense of ensuring the physical integrity and property of the citizens.
Sebastião Martins, who acknowledged the difficult mission of the Ministry in the present context, said to have received clear evidences that the staff are aware of their exact role and obligation to ensure the smooth progress of this process.
Conditions have been to secure the electoral process, he assured, specifying the phase of the campaign.
On the other hand, the minister warned the political parties to respect the election campaign law, calling for abiding by the deadlines for the beginning and ending of this phase of the process.
The minister also denounced the displaying of election propaganda material in some places banned by law.
According to him, measures have been taken toward the sensitizing of political parties to comply with the law, so that to avoid the police intervention.