Angola: MPLA Encourages Government to Pursue Economic Reforms

Moçâmedes — The MPLA's first provincial secretary in Namibe, Archer Mangueira, said Saturday that party militants will continue to support the economic reforms implemented by the government in order to improve people's living conditions.

Speaking at the end of a march promoted by JMPLA, youth wing of the ruling MPLA, in support to the President of MPLA and the Republic, João Lourenço, Archer Mangueira pointed out that the militants of the province welcome the work developed by the Government, with emphasis on the reforms underway in the most varied sectors, as well as the fight against corruption, nepotism and sycophancy.

On the occasion, the politician appealed to JMPLA in the sense of continuing to galvanise the youth for the next challenges that lie ahead, in order to honour all those who participated in the fight for the well-being of this organisation and the independence of the country.

"I also urge the JMPLA militants to continue to carry out activities for the socio-economic development of Namibe province," he stressed.

Speaking at the end of a march promoted by JMPLA, youth wing of the ruling MPLA, in support to the President of MPLA and the Republic, João Lourenço, Archer Mangueira pointed out that the militants of the province welcome the work developed by the Government, with emphasis on the reforms underway in the most varied sectors, as well as the fight against corruption, nepotism and sycophancy.

On the occasion, the politician appealed to JMPLA in the sense of continuing to galvanise the youth for the next challenges that lie ahead, in order to honour all those who participated in the fight for the well-being of this organisation and the independence of the country.

"I also urge the JMPLA militants to continue to carry out activities for the socio-economic development of Namibe province," he stressed.

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