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Fri, 11 Aug 2017 16:54 - Updated Fri, 11 Aug 2017 16:53

Elections 2017: MPLA "hunts" vote in north of Namibe province

Camucuio - Ruling MPLA campaign in southern Namibe province was intensified Friday in Camacuio municipality, 230 kilometers north of the provincial headquarters, in order to mobilize the electorate for the August 23 general elections.

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Coordinator of MPLA monitoring group in Namibe, Carlos Feijó

Photo: Joaquina Bento

The coordinator of the MPLA monitoring group in Namibe, Carlos Feijó, said that the work is focused on the actions carried out by the canvassers aimed at sensitizing the population to vote in a civic and exemplary way.

Carlos Feijó called on the canvassers to intensify the campaign in the national languages, so that the electorate, especially the one who does not know how to read and with little assimilation, can better understand the way to be in the polls and how to vote.

The politician advised that on the day of the elections, everyone can exercise this right.
In the municipality of Camucuio, the MPLA also deliverd inputs and means of transport to the traditional authorities, former combatants and business women.

For the 23 August elections, the province of Namibe registered 160.285 voters.

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