Luanda - Opposition parties represented in parliament are appealing for the setting of a specific date for the holding of the local elections, having into account a series of economic, administrative and political tasks to be implemented.
Luanda - The MP of the main opposition party, UNITA, Amélia Judith Ernesto, has deemed satisfactory the allocation of more resources to education and health sectors in the 2018 State Budget (OGE).
Luanda - UNITA, the largest opposition party in Angola, expects that the local elections will be implemented in the country starting from 2020, which will allow it to comply with a constitutional imperative.
Cuito - The president of the opposition Unita party, Isaías Samakuva, last Thursday in Cuito City, central Bie Province, defended the reinforcement of measures turned to the control of the sale of alcoholic beverages and other drugs, aimed at combating several ills that affect the families.
Cuito - UNITA leader Isaías Samakuva on Wednesday in Cuito, Bié province, recommended the Government led by the President of the Republic, João Lourenço, more work to improve the distribution of national wealth, in order to combat the hunger and poverty within the population.
Luanda - Angola’s largest opposition party, UNITA, last Thursday appealed for the reduction of the excessive party influence on the State apparatus, with a view to enabling a success of the ongoing reform of the public institutions.
Cuito - The main opposition party UNITA will continue to work, in the period from 2017 to 2022, to improve the living conditions of the populations, encouraging the institutions of the State and civil society, through proposals aimed at the defense of national interests.
Luanda - UNITA has on Monday supported the speech of the President of the Republic, João Lourenço, on the State of the Nation delivered a week ago in Parliament and advocated the implementation of local government.