UNITA defends conclusion of municipal legislative package

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Luanda – Opposition UNITA party has defended the conclusion of the approval of the Municipal Legislative Package by the end of 2020, ahead of preparation of the first Local elections in Angola.

The fact is expressed in the final communiqué of the II Ordinary meeting of the Political Commission of UNITA, held in northern Malanje province last weekend and chaired by its president, Adalberto da Costa Júnior.
 

The minister of Territory Administration, Marcy Lopes, who recently spoke of arrangement of the local elections, admitted the possibility of emerging the need of some matters to be regulated.

He said that the indication of a date for the elections was premature.

He added that the Executive has already sent to the National Assembly the proposed Law on Institutionalisation of the Local Authorities.
 

On the other hand, the Political Commission of UNITA welcomed the efforts of health professionals involved in the fight against covid-19, and showed sympathy with families that lost their relatives due to the pandemic.


It called on health authorities to pay attention to malaria, HIV / AIDS, respiratory diseases, diabetes, among other diseases, which continue to cause many victims among the population.
 

The meeting approved the party's Rules of Procedure, the report of the Executive Secretariat of the Standing Committee, for December 2019 - September 2020.

The fact is expressed in the final communiqué of the II Ordinary meeting of the Political Commission of UNITA, held in northern Malanje province last weekend and chaired by its president, Adalberto da Costa Júnior.
 

The minister of Territory Administration, Marcy Lopes, who recently spoke of arrangement of the local elections, admitted the possibility of emerging the need of some matters to be regulated.

He said that the indication of a date for the elections was premature.

He added that the Executive has already sent to the National Assembly the proposed Law on Institutionalisation of the Local Authorities.
 

On the other hand, the Political Commission of UNITA welcomed the efforts of health professionals involved in the fight against covid-19, and showed sympathy with families that lost their relatives due to the pandemic.


It called on health authorities to pay attention to malaria, HIV / AIDS, respiratory diseases, diabetes, among other diseases, which continue to cause many victims among the population.
 

The meeting approved the party's Rules of Procedure, the report of the Executive Secretariat of the Standing Committee, for December 2019 - September 2020.