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Wed, 27 Mar 2019 11:03 - Updated Wed, 27 Mar 2019 11:03

MPLA approves expansion of its central committee

Luanda - The Politburo of the ruling MPLA party approved on Monday the expansion of its Central Committee (CC) and the subsequent increase of the number of the party’s intermediate organs.

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The said resolutions are expected to be ratified by the seventh ordinary session of the party to take place on Friday this week, in Luanda.


The Central committee is currently made up by 363 members.

The ordinary session led by the party’s president, João Lourenço, approved the general methodology and preparation of the seventh extraordinary congress to be held this year.


The Monday meeting also approved the version of the future Partisan Ethic Code, which is to be the regulatory instrument for the members’ and supporters’ behaviour and posture in society, as well as the 2018 Activities Report of the Central Committee Auditing and Discipline Commission to be submitted to the next CC meeting.

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