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PMLA aspires to win next elections in Angola

Angola, MPLA, elecciones, victoria

PMLA aspires to win next elections in Angola

Luanda, Apr 5 (Prensa Latina) The president of the PMLA party, João Lourenço, affirmed on Tuesday that the organization aspires to win the upcoming general elections in Angola, scheduled for August.
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In a mass rally, as part of the pre-election campaign, the leader pointed out that the Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola (PMLA) aims for better results compared to the 2012 and 2017 elections, when the relative percentages of votes in favor of that political group dropped.

With live broadcasts on Channel 1 of Public Television, the ceremony also allowed the head of State and Government to call again to take care of the country’s climate of stability, in support for socioeconomic development and the welfare of the population.

According to Lourenço, Angola commemorated the 20th anniversary of achieving peace and the beginning of the national reconciliation process on Monday, ending the “horrors of war.”

The president urged all political stockholders to put at the top of their agenda the safeguarding of peace, a conquest as precious as the achievement of national independence in 1975, he said.

Lourenço noted that the reconstruction and subsequent investments were only possible because peace was preserved, whose “true sentinel” has been the people, who did not allow “any adventurer” to spoil or destroy this great asset of the nation.


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