UNITA reiterates more dialogue and consensus with churches

Malanje - The main opposition party UNITA's first provincial secretary in Malanje, Mardanês Calunga, reiterated today the need for more dialogue, harmony and consensus with the churches in order to solve the main problems affecting the population.

Mardanês Calunga stressed that the dialogue is one of the tools that promotes the union of ideas, so "the churches should not be left out in the elaboration of social and economic policies for the improvement of the living conditions of the residents".

The politician who was addressing a lecture on the theme ''UNITA's vision for sustainable, inclusive and participatory development", as part of the festivities for March 13, the party's founding day, said it was necessary that religious leaders worked more on citizenship training for the development of the communities.

"UNITA is open to dialogue with all living forces in society, including militants from other political parties, to seek consensus on issues of national interest," he said, adding that his party will continue to cooperate with churches in the moralisation of society, peaceful coexistence, tolerance and respect for difference.

 

Mardanês Calunga stressed that the dialogue is one of the tools that promotes the union of ideas, so "the churches should not be left out in the elaboration of social and economic policies for the improvement of the living conditions of the residents".

The politician who was addressing a lecture on the theme ''UNITA's vision for sustainable, inclusive and participatory development", as part of the festivities for March 13, the party's founding day, said it was necessary that religious leaders worked more on citizenship training for the development of the communities.

"UNITA is open to dialogue with all living forces in society, including militants from other political parties, to seek consensus on issues of national interest," he said, adding that his party will continue to cooperate with churches in the moralisation of society, peaceful coexistence, tolerance and respect for difference.