25 September 2012

Angola: President's Inaguration Elevates Spirit of Trust

Caxito — The inauguration of the president of the Republic, José Eduardo dos Santos, Wednesday in Luanda, elevates the spirit of trust of the people of Caxito city, northern Bengo province.

Speaking Tuesday to ANGOP, many expressed satisfaction with the inauguration of the president which they said will help solve many problems that still afflict the communities.David Jose Gomes, a civil servant, said the investiture of the president and its continuity at the head of the Angolan State aims to give greater consistency to construction projects, reconstruction and improvement of basic social conditions of the populations.

He emphasised that there is urgent need for people to have trust in their Government programmes, in view of the determination it showed and will to continue to work to get the various problems of the people addressed.

For Maria Joia, a student, the construction of schools, hospitals and houses serves as a reason for her trust in president José Eduardo dos Santos.

She explained that there is an urgent need for the president to work hard in the formation of man, adding that the "development of a country depends on this desire," he emphasised.

The leader of the ruling MPLA party, Jose Eduardo dos Santos, will be sworn in as the Angolan head of State on Wednesday (September 26) in Luanda, following the results of the general election of 31 August this year.The final results of the general election of August 31 released by the National Electoral Commission (CNE) confirmed the victory of MPLA and its presidential candidate, José Eduardo dos Santos, with 4,135,503 votes, representing 71,84 percent, followed by UNITA with 1,074,565 votes, 18,66 percent and CASA-CE with 345,589 votes, referring to 6,00 percent.

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