MPLA upgrades staff in Luanda

  • Membros do MPLA participam no Seminário Metodológico de Capacitação Política e Patriótica em Luanda
  • Segundo secretário provincial do MPLA de Luanda, Nelson Funete
Luanda – The Provincial Committee of the ruling MPLA party in Luanda promoted on Wednesday a Methodological Seminar on Political and Patriotic Capacity Building of the party's leaders and staff.

The action was directed to the members of the Executive Committee of the Provincial Committee, the first and second secretaries of the Municipal Committees, urban and communal districts of the party’s youth wing JMPLA.

Topics such as "MPLA Statutes", "Political Communication" and "Code of Party Ethics" and “Digital Communication" were discussed at the seminar.

Nelson Funete, the MPLA's second provincial secretary, said it was necessary to train the party's leaders and staff to be adapted to the new communication phenomenon.

Funete criticized, on the other hand, the posture of some citizens who use defamation to "reverse the measures of social scope led by the Government.

According to the politician, these are "actions full of slander, carried out to influence some segments of the civil society in vulnerable situations in exchange for promises".

 

 

The action was directed to the members of the Executive Committee of the Provincial Committee, the first and second secretaries of the Municipal Committees, urban and communal districts of the party’s youth wing JMPLA.

Topics such as "MPLA Statutes", "Political Communication" and "Code of Party Ethics" and “Digital Communication" were discussed at the seminar.

Nelson Funete, the MPLA's second provincial secretary, said it was necessary to train the party's leaders and staff to be adapted to the new communication phenomenon.

Funete criticized, on the other hand, the posture of some citizens who use defamation to "reverse the measures of social scope led by the Government.

According to the politician, these are "actions full of slander, carried out to influence some segments of the civil society in vulnerable situations in exchange for promises".