Sat, 18 Jan 2020 14:22 - Updated Sat, 18 Jan 2020 14:23
President announces parliament sessions broadcasting
Luanda - Angolan president, João Lourenço, announced Friday that the plenary sessions of the National Assembly (AN) are to be broadcasted on television as from this month.
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President of Republic, João Lourenço
Photo: Francisco Miudo
Speaking at the new-year greeting ceremony by the diplomatic body accredited in the country, the Angolan Head of State said this will enable citizens to follow the political debates, approval of laws and performance of the MPs elected by the people.
"Freedom of expression and the right to free information are today an unquestionable reality in the country and, in this context, once some impeding factors have been overcome, television broadcasts of the plenary sessions of the National Assembly will begin this January", he said.
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