MPLA's Vice-President hails PIIM's works

  • Deputada Luisa Damião, Vice-Presidente do MPLA
Uíge - The deputy president of MPLA, Luisa Damião, said Saturday in the city of Uíge she was satisfied with the physical and financial execution of the works of the Integrated Plan for Intervention in Municipalities (PIIM), underway in the province.

Under the PIIM, in Uíge province, 55 social infrastructures are underway since June 2020 with a budget estimated at AKz 32.8 billion, of those concluded, three have been inaugurated.

The partisan official, who was speaking at the end of a visit to the works of PIIM in the city of Uige, reaffirmed that MPLA is committed to improving the conditions of the Angolan people, and the infrastructures for education will contribute to taking more children to school.

Luisa Damião, who was in Uige province for three days, made a positive assessment of the level of functioning of the party's structures, saying that militants in the region had shown leadership and commitment to the party's cause.

In view of this and what she has seen in other regions of the country, she reaffirmed that the party machine is geared to win and convince in the general elections, scheduled for 2022.

 

Under the PIIM, in Uíge province, 55 social infrastructures are underway since June 2020 with a budget estimated at AKz 32.8 billion, of those concluded, three have been inaugurated.

The partisan official, who was speaking at the end of a visit to the works of PIIM in the city of Uige, reaffirmed that MPLA is committed to improving the conditions of the Angolan people, and the infrastructures for education will contribute to taking more children to school.

Luisa Damião, who was in Uige province for three days, made a positive assessment of the level of functioning of the party's structures, saying that militants in the region had shown leadership and commitment to the party's cause.

In view of this and what she has seen in other regions of the country, she reaffirmed that the party machine is geared to win and convince in the general elections, scheduled for 2022.