Related Rule
Angola
Practice Relating to Rule 132. Return of Displaced Persons
Angola’s Rules on the Resettlement of Internally Displaced Populations (2001) provides:
It is the responsibility of the Provincial Governments, through the Sub-Groups on Displaced Persons and Refugees of the Provincial Humanitarian Coordination Groups, to carry out the following:
f) To verify the voluntary nature of resettlement and return and the presence of the State Administration;
h) To take appropriate measures to ensure … the safety and dignity of populations during movements to return and resettlement sites. 
Angola, Rules on the Resettlement of Internally Displaced Populations, 2001, Article 2(f) and (h); see also Article 4 (security of site) and Article 5 (voluntary resettlement and return).
In 1996, during a debate in the UN Commission on Human Rights in relation to Cyprus, Angola stated: “All restrictions preventing refugees and displaced persons from returning home should be lifted.” 
Angola, Statement before the UN Commission on Human Rights, UN Doc. E/CN.4/1996/ SR.46, 22 May 1996, § 6.
Angola’s Rules on the Resettlement of Internally Displaced Populations (2001) provides:
It is the responsibility of the Provincial Governments, through the Sub-Groups on Displaced Persons and Refugees of the Provincial Humanitarian Coordination Groups, to carry out the following:
a) To plan, organize and ensure the implementation of all resettlement and return processes for displaced persons;
b) To receive new internally displaced persons and returnees and direct them to the reception centres;
d) To identify resettlement and return sites;
e) To monitor the overall resettlement and return process, ensuring the implementation of the norms on the resettlement of internally displaced populations;
g) To guarantee adequate transportation to assist populations returning to their points of origin. 
Angola, Rules on the Resettlement of Internally Displaced Populations (2001), Article 2(a), (b), (d), (e) and (g); see also Article 3 (identification of land), Article 4 (security of site), Article 6 (state administration), Article 7 (rehabilitation of infrastructure), Article 8 (social assistance), Article 9 (water and sanitation), Article 10 (resettlement kits) and Article 11 (food).
In 1996, during a debate in the UN Commission on Human Rights in relation to Cyprus, Angola stated that “all restrictions preventing displaced persons and refugees from returning home should be lifted”. 
Angola, Statement before the UN Commission on Human Rights, UN Doc. E/CN.4/ 1996/SR.46, 22 May 1996, p. 3.