Unita calls for greater openness to dialogue

Malanje - The president of the main opposition UNITA party, Adalberto Costa Júnior, this Saturday in Malanje, called for the government to dialogue with different segments of Angolan society.

Speaking at the opening of the 2nd ordinary meeting of the political commission of Unita, which brought together delegates from the provinces of the North and East of the country, Adalberto Costa Júnior specified that with dialogue, opportunities open up for a reconciled and inclusive Angola.

According to the president of Unita, Angola has all the conditions to overcome the crisis that faces, as a solution, a strong commitment to crop production in particular traditional agriculture such as coffee, by creating incentives for family producers.

During his speech, the leader of the largest opposition party urged militants and party officials to focus their actions on citizens with a view to transformation of their hopes in certainty and building a more democratic and dignified Angola for the Angolans.

In an allusion to the recent protests that took place on 24 October and 11 November, carried out by young people, the political leader called on the National Police for dialogue instead of using force, in order to avoid harmful acts.

As for the local government power election, Adalberto Costa Júnior reaffirmed the position of Unita that defends its holding in 2021, simultaneously in all the municipalities.

Speaking at the opening of the 2nd ordinary meeting of the political commission of Unita, which brought together delegates from the provinces of the North and East of the country, Adalberto Costa Júnior specified that with dialogue, opportunities open up for a reconciled and inclusive Angola.

According to the president of Unita, Angola has all the conditions to overcome the crisis that faces, as a solution, a strong commitment to crop production in particular traditional agriculture such as coffee, by creating incentives for family producers.

During his speech, the leader of the largest opposition party urged militants and party officials to focus their actions on citizens with a view to transformation of their hopes in certainty and building a more democratic and dignified Angola for the Angolans.

In an allusion to the recent protests that took place on 24 October and 11 November, carried out by young people, the political leader called on the National Police for dialogue instead of using force, in order to avoid harmful acts.

As for the local government power election, Adalberto Costa Júnior reaffirmed the position of Unita that defends its holding in 2021, simultaneously in all the municipalities.