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Mon, 10 Jul 2017 12:59 - Updated Mon, 10 Jul 2017 12:59

CASA-CE leader targets informal markets votes

Caála - The leader of the opposition CASA-CE coalition, Abel Chivukuvuku, has again aimed at the informal markets seeking to get the votes of vendors and customers, in view of the forthcoming 23 August election, Angop has learned.

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Huambo: Abel Chivukuvuku at Caála market

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This time, Abel Chivukuvuku visited the informal market in Caála municipality, central Huambo province, as part of a  three-day tour of the region.

While in Huambo, the CASA-CE leader will seek support from vendors and customers in the informal markets of Alemanha and of the municipalities of Bailundo and Catchiungo, aiming at the election of August 2017.

Speaking to people at Caála municipality market, Abel Chivukuvuku appealed to residents to turn out to vote in the election of 23 August this year.

He reiterated his call for a peaceful, positive, orderly, secure and inclusive transition that ensures a better living to the populations.

Fighting poverty and launching a “proximity government” are part of his organisation’s governing plans, should it win the election this year.

In its first election of 2012, CASA-CE got 345,589 votes, out of 5.756,004 valid votes, securing eight seats in Parliament, against the ruling MPLA party’s 175 and Unita’s 32.

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