Luanda - The deputy chief of the General Staff of the Angolan Armed Forces (FAA) for Patriotic Education, general Higídio de Sousa e Santos, Thursday guaranteed that the staff ‘s readiness to secure the electoral process.
The Armed Forces high ranking officer said this to journalists at the end of a lecture designed to the members of FAA-General Staff run by magistrate of Public Prosecutor's Office, Luís de Assunção Mota Liz.
The general said that the military as non-partisan should remain vigilant throughout the process.
"From the political point of view the conditions are in place," assured FAA general, adding that the elections should be held in a brotherly and joyful atmosphere.
According to him, the Armed Forces and their managing board, in particular, should remain exempt from the process, but keeping an eye on any manoeuvre that causes unrest, so that, in coordination with the police forces can maintain public order.
According to the general, the soldiers of FAA are instructed, in the exercise of their actions, not to make any movement that undermines the process.
Started on Thursday at FAA-General Staff the cycle of lectures will cover various military regions.