3 August 2012

Angola: Lubango Authorities Rules On Election Propaganda

Lubango — Political parties and coalitions that will run for the August 31, 2012 general elections must avoid set propaganda materials in public institutions, churches, police and military barracks, as well as residences, announces the administration of Lubango, Huila Province, Angop has learnt.

A press note delivered to the press says that this measure aims at guaranteeing the good image of the city and the development of the electoral process.

"Thus, the political parties must remove all the contents fixed after the holding of the electoral campaign", reads the document.

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