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Wed, 25 Jul 2012 18:23 - Updated Wed, 25 Jul 2012 18:23

Ambassadors stress ruling party's governance programme

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Luanda - Ambassadors accredited to Angola Wednesday in Luanda praised the governance programme of ruling MPLA party and its electoral Manifesto for 2012-2017 period.

 
The diplomats stressed the importance of the programme at a ceremony of presentation of the fundamental documents that reflect the guidelines of the action outlined by the ruling  party.


Speaking to Angop, Luchaa Mohamed-Lamin, ambassador of West Sahara Arab Republic told Angop that the above programme meets the people's expectation.

 
According to him, the initiative responds the Angolan people's desire and consolidation of democracy.

 
Whereas the Brazilian ambassador to Angola, Ana Cabral, said that, in general way, the programme covers all aspects of national life.

 
The diplomat said to be mainly interested in macroeconomic development (a big challenge for the country) and agriculture issue.  

 
In his turn the Russian diplomat Serguey Nenachev, considered the ruling party governance programme much ambitious with clear tasks leading to the country's development in economic, social and political term.

 
The Argentinean ambassador, Juan Augustin Caballero, termed the process as much deep and comprehensive work which stresses the need for diversified economy.
 

For Giancarlo Fenini, the ambassador of Switzerland to Angola, said to be pleased with the agricultural policy.

 
The governance programme of MPLA for  2012 -2017 period focuses on a brief assessment of the activity performed in now ending 2009/2012 period, followed by a detailed information of various actions the party plans to carry out in all governance areas.