Wed, 02 Aug 2017 17:44 - Updated Wed, 02 Aug 2017 17:44
Elections / 2017: UNITA pledges free and compulsory education
Luanda - UNITA, the main opposition party in Angola, pledges to implement a free and compulsory education system in case of victory in the general elections of August 23.
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The free education system for students is part of the UNITA Government Program for the period 2017/2030.
This program sets as a priority the reform of the education system, with the aim of giving quality to the sector.
"Education will be free and compulsory for the initiation to the grade 13” António Kutianguia, coordinator of the UNITA campaign in Viana, told ANGOP Wednesday.
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