Wed, 23 Mar 2011 12:33 - Updated Wed, 23 Mar 2011 12:32
UNITA concerned about current political situation in Angola
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Luanda – The opposition UNITA party is concerned about the current political situation of the country due to the lack of dialogue by all participants in the stabilisation process of Angola.
This was said by the provincial secretary of UNITA in Luanda, George Mussonguela, while speaking on Tuesday in press conference aimed at assessing the activities of the 45th founding anniversary of his party.
According to the state-owned daily newspaper of Jornal de Angola, the politician said that the ruling MPLA party and the Angolan government are entitled to seek for proximity of all living forces of the nation.
According to the politician, all Angolans want that peace reflects on a progressive economy that may result in a social stability, by respecting the difference, free choice and free of demonstration.
George Mussonguela seized the occasion to thank the government of the Provincial Government of Luanda (GPL), Provincial Police Command of Luanda and all agents involved in the security of the activities in the ambit of the activities of the 45th founding anniversary of his party.