Will Politics in Angola Evolve Post-Election?

People are talking ever more openly about corruption, poverty, electoral malpractice and government expectations and this challenges the ruling MPLA's terms of political engagement, writes Justin Pearce for African Arguments.

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  • Angola:  Political Parties Congratulated On Successful Elections

    Angola Press Agency, 9 September 2012

    The chairman of the National Electoral Commission (CNE), André da Silva Neto, congratulated the political parties and coalitions in the 2012 general elections on the ... read more »

  • Angola:  What's Next for Post-Election Angola? (analysis)

    Chatham House, 4 September 2012

    Angolan democracy turned another page when the nation went to the polls on 31 August. The ruling party MPLA won with 72% of the vote - 10% less than in 2008 but still a huge ... read more »

  • Angola:  Ruling Party Victory Shows Experience With Masses

    Angola Press Agency, 11 September 2012

    The deputy secretary of the ruling MPLA party in south-eastern Kuando Kubango province, João António Lineya, said Monday here that the victory of his party in the ... read more »

  • Angola:  Media Electoral Coverage Highlighted

    Angola Press Agency, 11 September 2012

    The social communication department in the eastern Kuanda Kubango province recognized last weekend the work done by journalists during the August 31 general elections, acting with ... read more »

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