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Mon, 17 Oct 2016 11:15 - Updated Mon, 17 Oct 2016 11:15

Moxico: Citizens told to join voter registration

Luau - The deputy administrator of Luau municipality, eastern Moxico province, Nora Muhongo Isaac, Sunday here urged the local population to join the voter registration going on around the country since August 25 this year.

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A voter registration stration

Photo: Diniz Simão

Nora Isaac explained on the occasion that the event is an important one and the citizens in voting age should register to participate in the election of 2017 to chose the leaders for another five year-term.

She reaffirmed that the chiefs and church officials will continue sensitising people to the registration.

Luau is situated 334 kilometres east of Moxico province capital city, with a population estimated at 87,000 inhabitants, mostly peasants.

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    This is a call for participation, made at a time the voter registration process is in progress since its launch on August 25 this year, a hard task that will go until March 31 next year, requiring from all Angolans in voting age a minimum, but siginificant effort. After all, voter registration is not a mere counting of adult citizens. It is the affirmation of a commitment to the future of the country.