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Wed, 15 Mar 2017 12:09 - Updated Fri, 17 Mar 2017 07:43

Bié: FNLA satisfied with Electoral Registration process

Cuito - The secretary of opposition FNLA party in the central Bié province, Agostinho Eduardo, considered on Tuesday the electoral registration process in the province as satisfactory, essentially with the use of aerial means to the hard-to-reach places.

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Bié: Agostinho Tchemba Eduardo, Head of the new managing commission of FNLA

Photo: LEONARDO CASTRO

The politician also praised the performance of electoral inspectors assigned to the FNLA, stressing that the party organization has 80 activists working with electoral brigades.

He also asked citizens of voting age to go to the registration, so as to qualify for the General Elections, scheduled for August 2017.

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