Legislation Decree No. 41/09 of 25 August - Regulation on uniforms and badges of special career personnel of the Migration and Foreigners Service

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Decree No. 41/09 of 25 August - Regulation on uniforms and badges of special career personnel of the Migration and Foreigners Service

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Decree No. 41/09 of 25 August - Regulation on uniforms and badges of special career personnel of the Migration and Foreigners Service
CHAPTER I - General Provisions
CHAPTER II - Uniforms
CHAPTER III - Positions and their Classification
CHAPTER IV - Promotions and Demotions
CHAPTER V - Badges
ANNEXE I - Distribution table and SME’s uniforms use
ANNEXE II - Pictures from articles from SME’s uniforms
ANNEXE III - Positions badges from the Migration and Foreigners Service’s uniform regulation
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The Decree No. 41/2009 of August 25, approved following the Decree No. 1/2000 of January 7, that approves the Special Career Regime of the Migration and Foreigners Service (SME), establishes the Regulation on Regulation on uniforms and badges of special career personnel of this agency, in order to unify the image of its employees according to their functions and rank.

As modifications of what’s established here are not allowed, the compositions of the various uniforms used, the form and occasions on which they must be used is defined, as well as the prohibitions referring the use and sanction provisions for those who fail to fulfill requirements established in this Decree. The use of uniforms is mandatory when employees are on duty, except when the use of civilian clothes has been approved by the SME’s Director.

In this Decree are also established categories of the SME’s forces position and their classification, as well as the system of admission, promotion and demotion of their employees.

The attachments to this statue respect the distribution and use of these uniforms, as well as the illustrative pictures of them.

 

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The Migration and Foreigners Service, hereinafter referred to by SME, as body of the Ministry of Interior, is governed by a militarized disciplinary system, and the positions of their permanent workers should technically match their occupational category.

Given that the presentation and the image of workers represent a condition of respectability, we believe that a standardization of SME's permanent workers is a factor that guarantees a better functionality.

The Decree No. 1/00 of 7 January, approved the Migration and Foreigners Service's special careers regime, which structure represents a hierarchy of categories in which the permanent workers were integrated and which correspond to established positions.

The Article 17 of that same Decree establishes the required conditions to the application of the regulation on transition of professional careers into force on the Migration and Foreigners Service.

Under the combined provisions of paragraph f) of article 112 and article 113, both from the Constitution Law, the Government determines as follows:

Article 1 - The regulation on uniforms and badges of special career personnel of the Migration and Foreigners Service is approved and annexed to this decree and is an integral part of it.
Article 2. - Are repealed all provisions contradicting this executive order.
Article 3 - Any doubts and omissions arising in the interpretation and application of this diploma shall be resolved by the Council of Ministers.
Article 4 - This law shall enter into force upon its publication.

Seen and approved by the Council of Ministers, in Luanda, on 1st July 2009.

The Prime Minister, António Paulo Kassoma.
Promulgated on Friday, July 31, 2009.
This Regulation shall be published.
The President of the Republic, JOSÉ EDUARDO DOS SANTOS.

 




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