Live reports on public television, from different provinces, showed the institutional initiative, which also addresses the fight against corruption and other crimes of high incidence in the country.
In electoral matters, the Ombudsman’s Office urged the analysis of the duties, freedoms and fundamental guarantees of citizens in order to contribute to civic education.
The fifth general elections, in August 2022, should be seen by all Angolans as a true celebration for the strengthening of democracy, the Deputy Attorney General of the Republic, Vanda Lima, quoted by Jornal de Angola, said.
According to her, the promotion of the electoral debates intends to contribute to the holding of the elections in a climate of peace and absolute respect for the fundamental rights enshrined in the Constitution; the upcoming elections, she said, should be “a demonstration of maturity, civism, patriotism of the Angolan people”.
According to Lima, the Constitution of the Republic enshrines a wide and modern range of rights, liberties and guarantees, the limits of which must be respected by all.