Luanda – The president of the opposition party of Angolan United Front for Change (FUMA), António João Mwachicungo, said on Thursday in Luanda that the family’s well-being is the main the objective of his coalition.
António Mwachicungo said so during FUMA’s radio airtime, under the 2012 general elections, set for August 31.
The politician said that it was the preoccupation at the population’s well-being that led the establishment of this political coalition and he stressed that all FUMA’s economic and social policies aimed to achieve this goal.
“Family is a fundamental nucleus for the Angolan society, thus the social and cultural policy of FUMA is focused on improving the family’s living conditions, meant in the access of cared food, protection, maternity and family harmony”, said the politician.
In addition, the official said that FUMA defends that it is in the family, where each citizen is educated in various civic, moral and patriotic values.