11 February 2013

Angola: MPLA Regrets Cruel Thrashing of Women

Luanda — MPLA regretted on Sunday the cruel beating of women inside a shop in the outskirts of Luanda and considered it act of violence that seriously makes an attempt on the human being's dignity and citizen's physical and moral integrity.

According to a press note sent to Angop on Sunday, the ruling MPLA party in defends a law-abiding society in which everyone is respected and where justice is made by constitutional body, reason why such acts that undermine this principle is condemned.

In conclusion, MPLA Politburo Secretariat urges all Angolan citizens from Cabinda to Cunene, to refrain from all kinds of violence, pacifying the minds and behaviours so that one can build a better Angola for their children.

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