8 April 2013

Angolan Parliament Speaker Discusses Co-Operation With Cape Verdean MP

Luanda — Matters related to the co-operation in the parliamentary domain were analysed last Friday, in Luanda, between the Speaker of the Angolan National Assembly, Fernando da Piedade dos Santos, and the parliamentary whip of the African Party for the Independence of Cape Verde (PAICV), José Manuel Andrade.

The Cape Verdean MP said to the press, in the end of the audience, that he seized the occasion to review with the Angolan National Assembly Speaker matters related to the strengthening of the existing relations between the Cape Verdean and Angolan parliaments.

"We have been developing joint actions aimed at complementary interventions, so as to broaden our capacities of exercise as parliamentarians in the legislative function", explained the Cape Verdean MP.

José Andrade also disclosed that he seized the occasion to speak about the invitation made by Cape Verde's Parliament Speaker to his Angolan counterpart to visit Angola this year.

"We manifest our strong availability to collaborate with the Angolan Parliament aimed to exchange experiences in the legislative domain", said the Cape Verdean MP.

Still on Friday the PAICV parliamentary whip held a work meeting with the vice president of Angola's ruling MPLA party, Roberto Victor de Almeida.

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