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Regulamento do Conselho Nacional da Pessoa com Deficiência (Regulation of the National Council for Persons with Disabilities) - Decreto Presidencial n.º 105/12

Angola Presidency of the Republic Country Resources Disability Legislation Angola 1 June 2012 Legislation/regulation

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O Conselho Nacional da Pessoa com Deficiência, CNAPED, com sede em Luanda, é um órgão de consulta e concertação para a execução das tarefas estabelecidas na Política para a Pessoa com Deficiência, dotado de personalidade juridical, autonomia financeira e administrative e rege-se por Regulamento próprio.

O Regulamento discute as atribuições, acções, organização, estrutura, disposições e funcionamento do Conselho.

The National Council for Persons with Disabilities, CNAPED, based in Luanda, is a consultation and coordination body for the implementation of tasks set out in the Policy for Persons with Disabilities.

The Regulation discusses the duties, activities, organization, structure, provisions and operation of the Council.


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