Angola: Fuma's Governing Programme Focuses On Health Sector

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Capital Luanda.

Luanda — The United Front for Angola's Change (FUMA) said that the health sector is among its priorities, should the coalition win the country's election slated for 31 August this year.

FUMA made the announcement in a note released Tuesday in Luanda at the end of a party meeting.

In its electoral programme, FUMA states that in order to achieve the above mentioned goal, its government will make all effort to preserve the existing hospitals and build new ones in the all regions of the country.

FUMA is a coalition of political parties, namely PNDA, PELA, PRE, PFDA and PRSD and is led by António Muachicungo.

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