Ruling party slams plunder of assets

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Luanda – Angola’s ruling MPLA party has strongly condemned the plunder of the state-owned fund and vowed fight against corruption, impunity and nepotism.

The party’s stance was reiterated by its deputy leader at the militants' meeting to mark the opening of the festivities, ahead of the 64th anniversary of MPLA on 10 December.

According to Luísa Damião, MPLA foundations are based on noble values ​​and principles.

The politician referred to the promotion of the defence of independence, national unity, peace, freedom, social justice, solidarity, democracy, humanism, as well as the human dignity , equal rights and opportunities.

She described the behaviours and attitudes of those siphoning off funds as negative and contrary to the party’s ideals.

Damião cited a maxim by the President of the Republic, João Lourenço, according to which, No one is so rich and powerful that they cannot be punished and no one is so poor that they cannot protected.

MPLA deputy president said that despite the financial and economic difficulties, worsened by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Executive is committed to economic diversification and deepening of a democratic and legal state.

The politician encouraged the continuous reform of the State, institutionalisation of local authorities, promotion of employment with private participation and the implementation of measures to combat poverty.

On the other hand, Luisa Damião appealed to the militants to support the President of the Republic, João Lourenço, to pursue the reforms, aimed at strengthening institutions and boost morale of society, under the exercise of participatory citizenship and permanent dialogue with civil society.

She slammed diversionary maneuvers and destabilising actions aimed at reversing the institutional order, emphasizing that in democracy, power is only achieved through the people’s vote.

 

The party’s stance was reiterated by its deputy leader at the militants' meeting to mark the opening of the festivities, ahead of the 64th anniversary of MPLA on 10 December.

According to Luísa Damião, MPLA foundations are based on noble values ​​and principles.

The politician referred to the promotion of the defence of independence, national unity, peace, freedom, social justice, solidarity, democracy, humanism, as well as the human dignity , equal rights and opportunities.

She described the behaviours and attitudes of those siphoning off funds as negative and contrary to the party’s ideals.

Damião cited a maxim by the President of the Republic, João Lourenço, according to which, No one is so rich and powerful that they cannot be punished and no one is so poor that they cannot protected.

MPLA deputy president said that despite the financial and economic difficulties, worsened by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Executive is committed to economic diversification and deepening of a democratic and legal state.

The politician encouraged the continuous reform of the State, institutionalisation of local authorities, promotion of employment with private participation and the implementation of measures to combat poverty.

On the other hand, Luisa Damião appealed to the militants to support the President of the Republic, João Lourenço, to pursue the reforms, aimed at strengthening institutions and boost morale of society, under the exercise of participatory citizenship and permanent dialogue with civil society.

She slammed diversionary maneuvers and destabilising actions aimed at reversing the institutional order, emphasizing that in democracy, power is only achieved through the people’s vote.