Luanda - Four Angola political opposition parties expressed on Thursday the wish to take their seats in the National Assemby, where they think to play the democratic game in the 2017/2018 legislature.More about this news
Cabinda - The opposition FNLA party has called on Angolans, regardless of political affiliation, to maintain civility and respect for difference during the electoral process on 23 August.
Luanda - The national secretary of opposition FNLA party's women wing, Susana dos Santos, reiterated Wednesday her organisation’s commitment to bring the peasant women into Cooperatives to better manage their business, if elected in August 23 elections.
Ondjiva - Forty list delegates with the opposition FNLA party started Friday a seminar on effective monitoring of August 23 elections in Ondjiva, southern province of Cunene.
Cabinda - The opposition FNLA party in the central Bie province started Thursday hunting for votes in the municipalities of Catabola, Camacupa and Cuemba, ahead of August 23 elections.
Luanda - The opposition FNLA party has called on the voters to participate en mass in the polling stations to exercise their right of citizenship.
Luanda - The opposition FNLA party in northern Cabinda province has appealed to the voters to vote conscientiously during the general elections of 23 August.
Cabinda - The Angola’s National Liberation Front (FNLA) in northern Cabinda province started Tuesday a door-to-door session in the localities of Buco Ngoio and Zôngolo, to mobilize the population to vote for the party and its presidential candidate, Lucas Ngonda, in the coming general election of August 23, said the party’s provincial secretary, Nestorio Delo.
Luanda - Equal opportunities for Angolans, especially for young people who will deserve attention in their capacity building at all levels is one of the promises of the National Liberation Front of Angola (FNLA), in case of victory in the August 23 general elections.