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Decreto Presidencial n.º 178/13

Angola Presidency of the Republic Country Resources General Health Legislation Angola 6 November 2013 Legislation/regulation

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Este Decreto Presidencial aprova e estabelece o Estatuto Orgânico do Ministério da Saúde, determinando que compete a este órgão da administração central do Estado definir a política nacional de saúde, promover a execução do Programa do Executivo relativo à Saúde, contribuindo assim para o desenvolvimento social e económico.

Este decreto revoga toda a legislação que contrarie o disposto no presente Diploma, nomeadamente o Decreto Presidencial n.º 34/11, de 14 de Fevereiro e o Decreto-Lei n.º 2/00.

This Presidential Decree approves and establishes the Organic Statute of the Ministry of Health, determining that this central administrative body defines national health policy, promotes the execution of the executive program on health, and contributes to social and economic development.

This decree repeals all legislation contrary to the provisions of this Diploma, notably the Presidential Decree No. 34/11 of 14 February and Decree-Law No. 2/00.


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