8 December 2012

Angola: MPLA Reaffirms Commitment to Building a Really Free Society

Luena — The vice President of the ruling MPLA party, Roberto de Almeida, aturday reaffirmed his party's commitment to build a really free society in which the Angolans can enjoy the same rights and freedom, with political and legal guarantees.

Roberto de Almeida said so when addressing hundred of militants, friends and sympathizers of the MPLA who gathered, ahead the celebration of the 56 years of the foundation of the political organization, on December 10.

According to him, the event is taking place at an important time, taking into account the party's victory in the country's elections held on August 31, 2012.

MPLA was founded in Luanda on 10 December in 1956.

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