Luanda - The Political Council of Opposition (CPO) intends to suggest to the new authorities that will emerge from the 2012 country's elections the reduction in working time for teaching from 24 to 16 times, announced Tuesday the leader of the coalition, Anastacio Finda.
Anastacio Finda expressed this during the mobilisation and awareness campaign of the voters held in Catinton ward, in Luanda.
During the event, the coalition distributed propaganda materials and presented its election manifesto.
According to the politician, CPO will give priority to eradication of poverty, stamp out youth delinquency, improve basic sanitation and construction of houses, schools and hospitals.
Created on 15 September, 1995, CPO integrates PADS, PLUN, PDPF, PCN and ADPA parties.