3 December 2012

Angola: Militants Receive Information About MPLA Party's 56th Anniversary

The country's ruling MPLA member of the Central Committee, Mário Pinto de Andrade, explained Saturday to militants of his organisation, in Icolo e Bengo Municiplaity, in Luanda, the deeds of the party throughout 56 years of existence, whose anniversary happens on the 10th of December.

During the lecture, Mário Pinto de Andrade, spoke about the history of the party in 56 years, stressing that the economic and social policies lived in the country between 1991/1992 which allowed the introduction of multiparty system in the country.

In his dissertation he did not fail to emphasize the achievements of the MPLA, in 1985, related to economic policy reforms, highlighting the Economic and Financial Policies of Angola at the time, and also referred to the creation of a semi-presidential system of government with a presidential weight.

The speaker stressed also that MPLA has created a Government of Unity and National Reconciliation which serves all political parties represented in parliament.

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