MPLA calls for consolidation of rule of law

Luanda - The ruling MPLA party urged national citizens to participate "actively" in the process of consolidating the democratic state and the rule of law.

 

The appeal is expressed in a statement on the occasion of the 45th anniversary of National Independence to be marked on Wednesday.

Angola proclaimed National Independence from the Portuguese colonial yoke on 11 November 1975.

In the note, the MPLA's Political Bureau reiterated its firm confidence that Angola will preserve and make dreams of freedom, peace, development and fidelity to the principles of solidarity and cooperation with all the peoples of the world come true.

That partisan governing body praised the achievements attained along Angola's historic path and called for patriotic participation in the festivities under the slogan "Unity, stability and development".

"11 November 1975 marks the culmination of the long resistance struggle against the Portuguese colonial yoke and the birth of an independent and sovereign state that quickly inscribed its name in the concert of nations and became a subject of public international law," reads the statement.

The ruling party pays homage to the fighters of the heroic gesture, bowing to the memory of the late Comrade President António Agostinho Neto, who knew how to interpret the ideals of Angolan nationalism and patriotism and lead the armed struggle for national liberation.

The note indicates that Angola today is the result of the bravery and determination of the Heroes of Freedom and of selfless efforts to defend sovereignty and national unity.

It also states that peace, social and political stability are hard-earned assets that cannot be postponed with sweat, blood and tears granted by the best children of our beloved Motherland.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The appeal is expressed in a statement on the occasion of the 45th anniversary of National Independence to be marked on Wednesday.

Angola proclaimed National Independence from the Portuguese colonial yoke on 11 November 1975.

In the note, the MPLA's Political Bureau reiterated its firm confidence that Angola will preserve and make dreams of freedom, peace, development and fidelity to the principles of solidarity and cooperation with all the peoples of the world come true.

That partisan governing body praised the achievements attained along Angola's historic path and called for patriotic participation in the festivities under the slogan "Unity, stability and development".

"11 November 1975 marks the culmination of the long resistance struggle against the Portuguese colonial yoke and the birth of an independent and sovereign state that quickly inscribed its name in the concert of nations and became a subject of public international law," reads the statement.

The ruling party pays homage to the fighters of the heroic gesture, bowing to the memory of the late Comrade President António Agostinho Neto, who knew how to interpret the ideals of Angolan nationalism and patriotism and lead the armed struggle for national liberation.

The note indicates that Angola today is the result of the bravery and determination of the Heroes of Freedom and of selfless efforts to defend sovereignty and national unity.

It also states that peace, social and political stability are hard-earned assets that cannot be postponed with sweat, blood and tears granted by the best children of our beloved Motherland.