Luanda - José Pedro Katchiungo, one of the candidate to the leadership of Angola?s largest opposition party, UNITA, defended on Wednesday in Luanda the need for dialogue with the ruling MPLA, as a way to jointly define commitments that can propel progress for the country.
Angola - The MPLA parliamentary bench leader Américo Cuononoca, stressed last Tuesday, in Luanda, that the State of the Nation speech addressed by the President of the Republic was clarifying and realistic by the fact that it brings statistics of all sectors of the country's life.
Luanda - The leaders of the Methodist, Tocoista, Kimbanguista and Theosophical church praised last Tuesday the sense of opportunity and the broadness of the State of the Nation speech given by President João Lourenço last Tuesday, in the National Assembly, an act that marks the opening of the parliamentary year, as outlined in the country?s Constitution.
Luena - The ruling MPLA party's women wing (OMA) has defended the need to restore the culture and values of honesty.
Luanda- The Council of Ministers met last Thursday in Luanda, in an ordinary session, and analyzed the draft-law that authorizes the National Bank of Angola (BNA) to issue and put in circulation a new series of 200, 500, 1000, 2000, 5000 and 10,000 kwanza notes.
Luanda - The secretary general of the Council of Christian Churches in Angola (CICA), Deolinda Teca, Thursday called on Angolans for patriotism, stressing that the protest summoned for Friday, via social networks, "has no reason to happen".
Luanda - The ruling MPLA Party president, João Lourenço, denounced this Thursday, in Luanda, the existence of a destabilization and intoxication campaign against Angola, promoted by national citizens with the objective of discrediting the country, due to the crusade against corruption.
Luanda - The Head of State, João Lourenço, recommended last Wednesday, in Luanda, his government officials to look for better solutions to serve the country and the citizens.