Wed, 15 Mar 2017 11:17 - Updated Wed, 15 Mar 2017 11:17
UNITA president praises women's role in Angolan development
Luanda - UNITA president Isaías Samakuva on Saturday in Luanda highlighted the role played by women in the development of Angola and the creation of the people’s well-being.
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The politician was speaking in the mass rally celebrating the 51st founding anniversary of the party, which was marked on 13 March.
To Isaías Samakuva, women need the intervention of all the political forces of the civil society and other institutions in affirming their struggle for full emancipation and gender equality.
On the other hand, UNITA president advocated the improvement of the education system in Angola in all its subsystems, both in material and human conditions.
The leader of UNITA thinks that policies should be outline policies aimed at dignifying the human being, regardless of their political, racial or religious membership.
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