MPLA reviews memorandum on ex-officio electoral registration

  • Secretary General of MPLA, Paulo Pombolo
Luanda – Ruling MPLA party assessed Monday in Luanda the memorandum on ex-officio electoral registration which emerged from the revised law of the country’s Constitution.

The electoral memorandum includes, among other documents, the Laws on ex-officio electoral registration and general organic elections.

 

Approved by National Assembly on September 1, the diplomas clarify the electoral matters on the vote, including abroad and the active electoral capacity.

 

According to the final statement of the meeting, the members of the Politburo Secretariat of the ruling MPLA party also analysed,  the political, economic and social matters in the country.

 

The participants also analysed the plan of activities for the celebration of 100th anniversary of the national hero, António Agostinho Neto, as well as the information on the preparation and arrangement of the 7th Ordinary Congress of MPLA.

 

The meeting also focused on report on holding of the meeting of the militants, balance and renewal of mandates in grassroots organisations, communal, district and municipal committees of MPLA.

 

The electoral memorandum includes, among other documents, the Laws on ex-officio electoral registration and general organic elections.

 

Approved by National Assembly on September 1, the diplomas clarify the electoral matters on the vote, including abroad and the active electoral capacity.

 

According to the final statement of the meeting, the members of the Politburo Secretariat of the ruling MPLA party also analysed,  the political, economic and social matters in the country.

 

The participants also analysed the plan of activities for the celebration of 100th anniversary of the national hero, António Agostinho Neto, as well as the information on the preparation and arrangement of the 7th Ordinary Congress of MPLA.

 

The meeting also focused on report on holding of the meeting of the militants, balance and renewal of mandates in grassroots organisations, communal, district and municipal committees of MPLA.