Luanda - The opposition PAPOD party will perform Saturday at the market Kicolo, Cacuaco district, a political act, to divulgation and
clarify the electoral manifesto and programme of governance, if it wins the elections of August 31.
Speaking to ANGOP on Friday, the assistant director of Electoral Campaign of this party, Carlos Graças, “after the South of the country the party will turn to the north”.
PAPOD also is due to move on Sunday to northern Bengo province, which will include demonstration, distribution of propaganda and door to door campaigning, in the municipality of Nambuangongo.
This party fulfills its political campaign under the slogan “People, Peace, Freedom, Work and Development”, ahead of the elections set for the end of this mounth.
PAPOD is number eight on the ballot paper, drawn by the National Electoral Commission (CNE). Its President is Artur Quixona Finda.