UNITA Parliamentary Group saddened by MP Raúl Danda death

  • MP Raúl Danda
Luanda - The UNITA parliamentary group expressed on Saturday its deep sorrow over the death of member of parliament Raúl Danda, who died this morning in a health unit in Luanda, victim of disease.

In a condolence message sent to ANGOP, the UNITA Parliamentary Group stresses that the parliamentarian Raúl Danda was an exemplary figure, fearless patriot, polyglot, man of arts and culture, defender of the less privileged and of the Angolan and African identity, having served with honour and dedication the tasks assigned to him in the House of Laws.

"MP Raúl Danda inspired several generations in the party and in society, through his dedication to the causes in which he believed, for his forceful and well-founded speeches in parliamentary debates and other public spaces, always accompanied by a saying in Ibinda, his mother tongue," the statement said.

The UNITA Parliamentary Group, on behalf of its members, advisors and staff, extends its deepest condolences to the bereaved family.

For its part, the Presidential College of the Broad Convergence for the Salvation of Angola - Electoral Coalition (CASA-CE) considers the passing of Raúl Danda as a hard blow to democracy, to the plurality of ideas and to freedom of expression, whose departure leaves an enormous void in the process of building a democratic state based on the rule of law in Angola.

In a statement of condolence, Interior Minister Eugénio Laborinho said that Raúl Danda, from a very early age, was committed to the consolidation of peace and national stability, having dedicated a large part of his life to the nation. 

Raúl Danda was born on the 13th of November 1957, in Cabinda province, northern Angola.

In a condolence message sent to ANGOP, the UNITA Parliamentary Group stresses that the parliamentarian Raúl Danda was an exemplary figure, fearless patriot, polyglot, man of arts and culture, defender of the less privileged and of the Angolan and African identity, having served with honour and dedication the tasks assigned to him in the House of Laws.

"MP Raúl Danda inspired several generations in the party and in society, through his dedication to the causes in which he believed, for his forceful and well-founded speeches in parliamentary debates and other public spaces, always accompanied by a saying in Ibinda, his mother tongue," the statement said.

The UNITA Parliamentary Group, on behalf of its members, advisors and staff, extends its deepest condolences to the bereaved family.

For its part, the Presidential College of the Broad Convergence for the Salvation of Angola - Electoral Coalition (CASA-CE) considers the passing of Raúl Danda as a hard blow to democracy, to the plurality of ideas and to freedom of expression, whose departure leaves an enormous void in the process of building a democratic state based on the rule of law in Angola.

In a statement of condolence, Interior Minister Eugénio Laborinho said that Raúl Danda, from a very early age, was committed to the consolidation of peace and national stability, having dedicated a large part of his life to the nation. 

Raúl Danda was born on the 13th of November 1957, in Cabinda province, northern Angola.