24 July 2012

Angola: MPLA Governance Program Committed to People Aspirations

Luanda — The secretary general of the ruling MPLA woman wing (OMA), Luzia Ingles Tuesday praised in Luanda, the MPLA Governance Programme, stating that it is the party's strong commitment to holding aspirations of the Angolan people.

Luzia Ingles who was speaking at the time of OMA Public Presentation of Governance Programme of the MPLA for the 2012/2017 period, and the Election Manifesto, said that it has six main axes corresponding to the broad concerns of Angola, where policies directed to women are a priority.

Among the many priorities on the agenda of the MPLA, she said, are combating domestic violence and discrimination against women, as well as its ongoing political and social promotion and protection of family.

He said that MPLA is able to continue to ensure these policies.

The politician has appealed to those present in order to work hard in the cities, in the communes, villages and towns and take a clear message about the purpose of the party and head of its list.

She also advanced that MPLA continues to advocate the creation of a society where everyone, without exception, has access to well-being and provided with the essential for a dignified and happy life.

"Each of us must become activists to mobilize all women for their active participation on election day and work for which they are conducted in a climate of tolerance, understanding and respect for difference," she concluded.

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