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Scant presence of Angolan citizens in SADC structures highlighted

Luanda, ANGOLA, June 19 - The Angolan representative to the Southern African Development Community (SADC), Beatriz de Morais, has expressed concern about the timid adhesion of Angolans in the structures of the Southern African Development Community.,

Beatriz de Morais expressed this concern in Gaborone, Botswana, during the meeting that was held with SADC Executive Secretary, Stergomena Lawrence Tax, to whom the former handed  her diplomatic credentials that enable her to act as Angolan government's maximum representative to the Southern African Development Community.

The Angolan ambassador to Botswana also draws the attention of Angolans in order not to lose sight of the opportunities offered to them at the regional level, and therefore encourages all Angolan nationals to urgently compete for the 50 vacancies recently made available in the Angolan SADC Secretariat.

According to Beatriz Morais, Angola, South Africa and the Democratic Republic of Congo are the countries that have not benefited from these facilities, which, for the new representative of Angola in SADC, causes an imbalance in the system of recruiting staffs for the regional organisation.

It should be noted that SADC is engaged in the recruitment and selection of qualified and experienced citizens of SADC.

In this regard, the Executive Secretary of SADC clarified that there are legal instruments in this area, however, the member states have not taken advantage of this facility granted by the regional community, so  Angola needs to be ready for such opportunities, which can include training.  

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