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Government makes first promotions in Public Administration since 2003 30 Julho 2009

The July 29th edition of the Official State Bulletin contains a list of promotions for all public employees whose career progression had been frozen since 2003. A second wave of promotions for those public employees who have been waiting for status progressions since 2004 and 2005 will be carried out during the month of August. State Secretary of Public Administration Romeu Modesto guarantees that by 2010 the government hopes to resolve all of the other delayed promotions in Public Administration in an operation that is expected to cost state coffers more than 100 million escudos.

Government makes first promotions in Public Administration since 2003

Romeu Modesto explained that the 2003 contingent includes all of the central state public administration employees whose careers had been at a standstill. It includes upper-level specialists, physicians, magistrates, administrators and other state servants.

“These promotions were only made possible thanks to the conclusion of the updating and validation of the Public Administration Human Resources Data Base. This work, which was carried out by the State Secretariat of Public Administration, has resulted in greater fairness and transparency in Public Administration acts in Cape Verde,” says Modesto.

The State Public Administration Secretary adds that in August there will be a second wave of promotions for public workers who last saw career progressions in 2004 and 2005. “We have funds of some 150 million escudos in this year’s General State Budget to free up promotions dating back to 2003 and 2005 and open up promotion and reclassification candidacies in 2009.”

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