17 January 2013

Angola: CPLP Executive Secretary Wants Major Dynamics From Lusophone Youths

Lisbon — The Executive Secretary of the Portuguese Speaking Countries Community (CPLP), Murade Isaac Murargy, said Wednesday in Lisbon that he wants to see major dynamics from the CPLP youths.

Speaking at the opening of the conference dubbed "CPLP Youths", Isaac Murargy said that the CPLP "assumes the commitment to unite its voice and vote with the civil society, where our youths are included, with the consciousness of its importance and recognition to the benefit of present and future generations".

He went on saying that the youth represent the dimension of the community's potential, stressing that the strengthening of partnerships in this area has been uniting the CPLP.

"CPLP youths have been very active in the construction of policies for young people in the community, it was young people who proposed and conceived a Strategic Plan for the Youth, and today the CPLP is faced with unprecedented challenges, very much stimulated by the dynamics of young people in the CPLP", he explained.

In this conference, which precedes the General-Assembly of the CPLP Youth Forum, set for this Thursday, Angola is represented by a delegation led by the chairman of the National Youth Council (CNJ), Cláudio Aguiar.

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