Sun, 16 Jun 2019 12:27 - Updated Sun, 16 Jun 2019 12:27
Paulo Pombolo elected MPLA secretary general
Luanda - The ruling MPLA party elected Saturday in Luanda Paulo Pombolo secretary general of the political organisation, in the framework of the 7th Extraordinary Congress opened Saturday in Luanda.
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Paulo Pombolo new secretary general of MPLA
Photo: Pedro Parente
Under the proposal of its leader, João Lourenço, MPLA elected its new secretary general with 410 votes in favour, 27 against and 18 abstentions, taking over from Alvaro de Boavida Neto
Member of Politburo, Paulo Pombolo was secretary for information of the ruling party in Angola.
At least 2,448 delegates are attending the Extraordinary Congress at Luanda’s Conference Center of Belas. Of this number, 777 are women and 1, 671 men.
The MPLA Central Committee decided to increase its members from the current 366 to 497 members.
Sixty-one percent of the new members (134) are young people.
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