Law 17/91, of 11 May
Law on the state of siege and state of emergency                

Provisional Legislative Presidential Decree 1/20, of 18 March
Suspends all commercial and passenger flights from Angola to abroad and vice versa, extendable for an equal period of time, depending on the overall development of the COVID-19 pandemic, prohibits the movement of people at land borders, the docking and disembarkation of passenger ships and their crews, from outside the country, at all national ports

Presidential Order 45/20, of 18 March
Suspends the missions abroad for executive members of the Central and Local Administration of the State

Executive Decree 121/20, of 24 March
Ministry of Justice and Human Rights
Suspends the provision of the services of the Registry and Notary, the Civil and Criminal Identification, the Legal Office, the “Guiché Único da Empresa” (GUE), the “Balcão Único do Empreendedor” (BUE), the “Centro de Resolução Extrajudicial de Litígios” (CREL) and the “Instituto Nacional de Estudos Judiciários“ (INEJ), for 15 days, with effect from 24 March 2020.

Executive Decree 122/20, of 24 March
Ministry of Public Administration, Labour and Social Security
Determines that all public and private companies and other entities covered by the General Labour Law must prepare and implement contingency plans in accordance with the Provisional Presidential Legislative Decree 1/20, of 18 March.

Presidential Decree 81/20, of 25 March
Declares the State of Emergency, based on the fact that the Republic of Angola is currently facing a situation of imminent public calamity, throughout the entire country, for 15 days, starting at 0:00 am on 27 March 2020 and ending at 11:59 pm on 11 April 2020, which may be extended as provided by law

Presidential Decree 82/20, of 26 March
Establishes the concrete derogation measures in force during the State of Emergency and delegates powers to the Ministers to define the measures to be implemented. – this Decree repeals all acts conducted by Central and Local Administration bodies that are contrary to the provisions set therein.

Executive Decree 123/20, of 30 March
Subjects medical goods for the prevention and treatment of Coronavirus to the Supervised Price Regime

Executive Decree 124/20, of 30 March
Suspends all teaching activities in all Education Institutions, in the Subsystems of Pre-School Education, General Education, Technical and Vocational Secondary Education, Pedagogical Education and Adult Education, whether public, private or public-private, from 24 March, for a period of 15 days automatically renewable for the same period, if not otherwise provided, depending on the global evolution of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Executive Decree 125/20, of 30 March
Approves the recommendations for the functioning of schools during classes’ suspension

BNA Ruling 4/2020, of 30 March
Flexibility of Deadlines for Fulfilment of Credit Obligations

BNA Ruling 5/2020, of 30 March
Temporary Exemption from Limits to Advance Payments made in connection with the import of food, medicines and biosafety material

Presidential Decree 86/20, of 1 April
Approves additional extraordinary credit facilities of Kz: 20 000 000,00 for the payment of expenditure relating to the prevention and fight against COVID-19

Executive Decree 128/20, of 1 April - Approves Ministry of Finance’s Contingency Plan to face the Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), applicable to the Central Services, District Delegations and Superintended Bodies of this Ministry

Executive Decree 129/20, of 1 April
Establishes the concrete derogatory measures applicable to the Transport Sector during the State of Emergency

Executive Decree 130/20, of 2 April
Validates tourist and short-stay visas for holders who have unable to leave national territory which are considered valid until 15 May 2020

Executive Decree 132/20, of 2 April
Determines that Ministerial Departments, District Governments, Municipal, Communal and Urban District Administrations may decide to implement staff rotation plans under intermittent work of one working day followed by suspension, or work for one week followed by suspension for the same period

Notice 9/20, of 3 April
Establishes the requirements and procedures for authorizing the incorporation of Financial Banking Institutions, including the setting-up of a Subsidiary, Branch and Representative Office of a Financial Banking Institution established abroad – Repeals all provisions contrary to this Notice, in particular Notice 9/13, of 8 July 1993

Notice 10/20, of 3 April
Determines the granting of credit by Banking Financial Institutions to produce essential goods that present shortfalls in the supply of domestic production, the raw material and the necessary investment for its production, including in the investment, the acquisition of technology, machinery and equipment. - Repeals Notices 4/19, of 3 April and 7/19 of 7 October

Presidential Decree 96/20, of 9 April
Approves the Transitional Response Measures to the Decrease in Oil Prices and the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the 2020 State Budget and authorizes the Minister of Finance to engage in the preparation of the proposal for the revision of the SB-2020, and the exemption from payment of Value Added Tax and customs duties on goods imported for humanitarian aid purposes and donations

Presidential Decree 97/20, of 9 April
Extends the State of Emergency for a 15-day period between 00:00 am on 11 April and 11:59 pm on 25 April 2020 and establishes the concrete derogation measures in force during the State of Emergency -–– Repeals all acts performed by Central and Local Administration bodies that are contrary to the provisions of this Decree.

Presidential Decree 98/20, of 9 April
Approves Immediate Measures to Relieve the Negative Economic and Financial Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic. - Repeals Articles 10(1), 27(1) and 34 of Presidential Decree 193/17, of 22 August, which approves the Regulation on the Licensing of Establishments and Commercial Business and Commercial Services - Repeals all legislation that provides otherwise, namely Presidential Decree 273/11, of 27 October, which approves the Regulation on the Contracting of Foreign Technical Assistance or Management Services, and Decree 92/82, of 18 October, which creates Registo Único de Empresas (Single Registry of Companies) and approves its Regulation

Executive Decree 141/20, of 9 April
Establishes the concrete derogatory and temporary measures applicable to the bodies of this Ministry, for the prevention and control of the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic

Executive Decree 143/20, of 9 April
Determines that, during the State of Emergency, traders and service providers must fully comply with the commercial chain, as provided for in Article 22(7) of Law 1/07, of 14 May - Law on Business Activities, and the provisions of Articles 39 and 42 of Law 6/99, of 3 September – Law on Economic Offences 

Nota Informativa da Administração Geral Tributária - Informative Note - General Tax Administration
Main Tax Measures in the Context of the Response and Relief on the Economic Impact Caused by the Covid-19 Pandemic

Presidential Decree 101/20, of 14 April
Extends for a 24-hour period the temporary lifting of the provincial sanitary fence in all provinces, being allowed the inter-provincial circulation of people and goods across national territory until 11:59 pm on 13 April 2020. – This Decree repeals all legislation contrary to the provisions of this Presidential Decree

Executive Decree 148/20, of 14 April
Suspends from 24 March all teaching activities in all public, private and public-private universities for a period of 15 days, automatically renewable for an equal period if not otherwise provided, depending on the overall evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic

Executive Decree 149/20, of 14 April
Establishes that any person who fails to comply with Institutional Quarantine and moves from one province to another between 00:00 am on 11 April and 11:59 pm on 12 April shall be subject to Home Quarantine for 14 days

Executive Decree no. 153/20, of 17 April
Establishes the derogatory and transitional measures of Public Procurement, within the context of the Prevention and Fight Against the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Circular no. 03/GMF/2020 – Ministry of Finance
Suspension of the Performance of Contracts and Public Procurement Procedures without Guaranteed Financing

Resolution no. 20/20, of 23 April
Endorses a new extension of the State of Emergency enacted by the President of the Republic, under Presidential Decrees no. 81/20, of 25 March, and no. 97/20, of 9 April

Presidential Decree no. 120/20, of 24 April
Extends the State of Emergency for a 15-day period, from 12:00am on 26 April 2020 to 11:59pm on 10 May 2020, and establishes the specific enforcement measures in place during the State of Emergency. – Repeals all acts performed by the Central and Local Administration Bodies that contradict the provisions of this Decree

Executive Decree no.160/20, of 27 April 
Defines the concrete measures of exception to be applied during the extension of the State of Emergency in relation to the Transport Sector. - Repeals Executive Decree No. 129/20, of 1 April

Resolution no. 21/20, of 8 May
Endorses a third extension of the State of Emergency enacted by the President of the Republic, through Presidential Decree no. 81/20, of 25 March

Presidential Decree no. 128/20, of 8 May
Extends the State of Emergency for a 15-day period, from 12:00 am on 11 May 2020 to 11:59 pm on 25 May 2020, and establishes the concrete derogatory measures in force during the State of Emergency. – Repeals all acts performed by the Central and Local Administration Bodies contradicting the provisions of this Decree

Presidential Decree no. 142/20, of 25 May
Enacts the situation of Public Calamity, from 0h00 on 26 May 2020, which shall remain in place as long as there is risk of massive spread of the SARS-COV-2 virus and the COVID-19 pandemic. – Repeals all acts performed by the Central and Local Administration Bodies contradicting this Diploma

Resolution no. 2/20, of 29 May
3 month extension of the deadline for rendering of accounts, counting from the date of termination of the State of Emergency, and creation of a Temporary Centre for Reception of Accounts located at the premises of the Court of Auditors, at Vila Alice, Rua da Liberdade, Casa no. 6/8, Luanda.

Joint Executive Decree no. 177/20, of 9 June
Establishes a cordon sanitaire in the province of Luanda, and bans the movement and loitering of people on any public thoroughfare, except for necessary and urgent/ unavoidable travel.

Joint Executive Decree no. 180/20, of 12 June
Regulates all national and international travel during the Public Calamity period.

Executive Decree no. 181/20, of 12 June
Defines specific prevention and control measures to stop the spread of the SARS-COV-2 virus of the COVID-19 illness for the duration of the Public Calamity Situation, in the Transport Sector, and establishes specific measures for each Subsector. — Repeals any other acts performed by organizations, institutions, companies and services of the Transport Sector contrary to the provisions in this Act.

Joint Executive Decree no. 184/20, of 25 June
Establishes a cordon sanitaire in the province of Luanda, between midnight (00:00 am) on 26 June 2020 and 11:59 pm on 10 July 2020.

Joint Executive Decree no. 185/20, of 25 June
Postpones the resumption of religious activities in the Provinces of Luanda and Kwanza-Norte

Executive Decree no. 186/20, of 25 June
Validates stay-related documents, which have expired or will expire, namely residence permits, refugee cards, investor, work, study and temporary stay visas, the latter for absent foreign citizens who are on national territory until 31 August 2020

Executive Decree no. 189/20, of 30 June
Authorizes the resumption of priority and strategic public works incumbent on the Ministry of Transport

Instruction no. 004/2020, of 2 July - National Civil Aviation Institute (INAVIC)
COVID-19 Prevention Measures for Airports and Airlines in Angola

Circular no. C014/20, of 3 July - National Civil Aviation Institute (INAVIC)
Gradual resumption of the air sector in a situation of public calamity caused by COVID-19

Presidential Decree no. 184/20, of 8 July
Establishes temporary derogations applicable in the event provincial or municipal cordons sanitaires are declared

Executive Decree no. 219/20, of 21 July
Establishes specific prevention and control measures to avoid the spread of the SARS-COVID-2 Virus and the COVID-19 illness during the Situation of Public Disaster, applicable to the Culture, Tourism and Environment Sectors across the national territory, save for places isolated by the authorities by means of cordon sanitaire, including the Province of Luanda e the Municipality of Cazengo (Kuanza-Norte)

Executive Decree no. 195/2020, of 27 July
Enacts the first amendment to Presidential Decree 184/20, of 8 July 2020, which establishes temporary derogatory measures applicable in the event of provincial or municipal cordons sanitaires

Presidential Decree no. 212/20, of 7 August
Updates the measures to prevent and control the spread of the SARS-COV-2 Virus and the COVID-19 disease, as well as the operating rules for public and private services and social facilities during the Situation of Public Calamity. – Repeals Presidential Decree no. 184/20, of 8 July, and all rules contrary to the provisions of this Decree

Resolution no. 32/20, of 11 August
Enacts the recommendations resulting from the assessment and discussion of the 2020 Amending State Budget Proposal
Presidential Decree no. 225/20, of 1 September
Approves additional loan facilities in the amount of AOA 44 375 128 872.00 to pay expenses in connection with the 3rd Phase to prevent and fight COVID-19

Presidential Order no. 118/20, of 2 September
Authorizes a USD 2,000,000 contribution to the African Union's COVID-19 Response Fund, further authorizing the Minister for Finance to make and pay the expenditure through the Central Treasury Operations Budgetary Unit and to sign all documents and perform all acts necessary to implement this Presidential Order

Executive Decree no. 233/20, of 4 September
Extends until 31 December the validity of short-term or border tourist visas expired from 28 February 2020, whose holders were unable to leave the national territory due to the borders being closed. – Repeals any provisions contrary to this Act, including Executive Decree 186/20, of 25 June 2020

Presidential Decree no. 229/20, of 8 September
Updates the measures to prevent and control the spread of the SARS-COV-2 Virus and the COVID-19 disease, as well as the operating rules for public and private services and social facilities during the Situation of Public Calamity. – Repeals all rules contrary to the provisions of this Decree

Joint Executive Decree no. 238/20, of 29 September
Establishes the rules on domestic and international travel during the Public Disaster period

Executive Decree no. 241/20, of 2 October
Authorizes Public, Private and Public-Private Higher Learning Institutions to resume in-person classes during the 2020 School Year, as from 5 October

Joint Executive Decree no. 242/20, of 6 October
Establishes a derogation for the collection and payment of tuition in Private and Public-Private Education and Teaching Institutions (Portuguese acronym: IPPEE) during the Public Disaster Period, pursuant to Presidential Decree 229/20, of 8 September 2020, considering the previous situation during the State of Emergency. Repeals Joint Executive Decree 201/20, of 9 July 2020.

Presidential Decree no. 256/20, of 8 October
Updates the measures to prevent and control the spread of the SARS-COV-2 Virus and the COVID-19 disease, as well as the operating rules for public and private services and social facilities during the Situation of Public Calamity. – Repeals all rules contrary to the provisions of this Decree.