Thu, 10 Aug 2017 07:43 - Updated Thu, 10 Aug 2017 07:43
Election2017: Journalists begin to be accredited
Luanda - National and foreign journalists began on Wednesday in Luanda to be accredited by the National Electoral Commission (CNE), aiming at covering the general election in the country, set for August 23 this year.
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Accreditation for electoral media coverage in Angola
Photo: Rosario dos Santos
Running for five days at the Aníbal de Melo Media Center (CIAM), the accreditation is for professionals who requested it, through their media organizations.
On Wednesday, besides Angolans, other foreign journalists from news agencies, such as EFE and France Press, have already received their credentials.
According to the Regulation on the Accreditation and Acting of the media bodies to cover this election, journalists may remain in the polling stations, provided that they are duly accredited.
9.317.294 voters are registered participate in the election on August 23, counting on the participation of six political forces, namely MPLA, UNITA, PRS, FNLA, APN and CASA-CE.
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