Luanda - The coalition Political Council of Opposition (CPO) intends to recommend to the winner of the forthcoming election of August 12 this year a cut-down on the working hours of teachers from 24 to 16 hours.
This was announced Tuesday in Luanda by the leader of the coalition, Anastacio Finda.
Anastacio Finda expressed this during a mobilisation and awareness campaign of 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 the eradication of poverty, stamp-out of juvenile delinquency, improvement to basic sanitation and construction of houses, schools and hospitals.
Set up on 15 September, 1995, CPO groups the opposition PADS, PLUN, PDPF, PCN and ADPA parties.