Tue, 04 Jul 2017 10:18 - Updated Tue, 04 Jul 2017 10:18
UNITA prepares polling station delegates
Luanda - Opposition UNITA party is working to deploy delegates in all polling stations around the country in view of the forthcoming 23 August election.
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UNITA vice president Raul Danda
This was said Saturday in Luanda by UNITA vice president, Raúl Danda, during the opening of a meeting of concert with his organisation officials.
Raúl Danda considered training of polling station delegates crucial, announcing that several officials of the party will soon tour the country’s remote locations for the process.
He said the training will enable the party to better explain its manifesto to the populations and improve their electoral result control performance.
UNITA’s electoral manifesto highlights, among other goals, improved health services, housing, jobs, agriculture, water and energy, education and infrastructure.
Other purposes include assistance to former combatants and veterans of the motherland, people with physical impairments and creation of an inclusive and participative government.
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