Angola: We, the candidates for trade-offs versus organized crime
By Serafim de Oliveira
Washington D.C. —Ending corruption in Angola will no doubt require many distinct approaches. Some crimes aimed at Angola and its citizens are perpetrated from inside and outside the country by Angolan criminals living abroad. Regardless of their location, these criminals act against the national and individuals’ interest.
Local authorities at home and abroad as well as ordinary citizens of foreign countries or in Angola can aid in the fight against these criminals, if they are informed and persuaded to do so. For example, members of the international community and regular citizens can use the local judicial process to limit or stop this criminal activity. Conceivably, regular citizens at home and abroad can use methods to detain or call attention to the criminal activity.
Ordinary citizen without judicial authority
In various contexts, the term “citizen’s arrest,” civil arrest…
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