19 December 2012

Angola: MPLA Foresees Active Term for Party's MPs

Luanda — The head of the Parliamentary group of the ruling MPLA party, Virgílio de Fontes Pereira, envisaged an active term for his party's MPs in the National Assembly, taking into account the tasks designed for the purpose.

The official said so at year-end greeting ceremony of MPLA Parliamentary bench held on Wednesday.

He underlined that various tasks have been planned for 2013 that are considered priorities and will require the commitment of everyone.

So, Virgílio de Fontes Pereira said that, in the context of the present tasks highlight goes to the State Budget, whose the approval will rely on the commitment of all MPLA MPs, as a fundamental tool for the implementation of government plan.

In addition, the MP said that the other task is related to the MPLA's Legislative Plan, under preparation and will be approved early next year making a number of projects and bills that will be assumed by the "party through its Parliamentary group.

The MP also spoke of the most structuring tasks such as its co-participation in what are the responsibilities of the Parliamentary group as well as the tasks planned for 2013 on holding the first Parliamentary activities of the 3rd parliament session in January.

Internally he referred to the implementation of plan for training of MPs and officials of the Parliamentary bench of MPLA in 2013.

The ceremony took place at the headquarters of parliamentary group of MPLA.

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