Angola: MPLA Expresses Dismay for Rain Victims

Luanda — The Secretariat of MPLA's Political Bureau expressed on Tuesday in Luanda its deep sorrow for the victims of the rains that fell in the last few days in several provinces of the country, sending its condolences to the mourning families

The position was expressed in the final communiqué of the 6th Ordinary Meeting of this top MPLA body, wishing the quick recovery of the injured, for their return to normal life.

For this fact, it urged the various segments of society to join the Government's actions, aimed at supporting the victims of these storms.

At the meeting, which was held under the guidance of the BP's Vice-President, Luísa Damião, the members of the BP Secretariat were informed of the Plan of the Commission of Reconciliation in Memory of the Victims of the Political Conflicts in Angola, having recommended that work should continue to achieve the preconised objectives, in all its aspects.

Likewise, those present were informed of the administrative measures taken by the Executive to strengthen the organisation of the

Media sector, guaranteeing the full exercise of freedom of the press, under the terms of the Constitution and the Law.

The position was expressed in the final communiqué of the 6th Ordinary Meeting of this top MPLA body, wishing the quick recovery of the injured, for their return to normal life.

For this fact, it urged the various segments of society to join the Government's actions, aimed at supporting the victims of these storms.

At the meeting, which was held under the guidance of the BP's Vice-President, Luísa Damião, the members of the BP Secretariat were informed of the Plan of the Commission of Reconciliation in Memory of the Victims of the Political Conflicts in Angola, having recommended that work should continue to achieve the preconised objectives, in all its aspects.

Likewise, those present were informed of the administrative measures taken by the Executive to strengthen the organisation of the

Media sector, guaranteeing the full exercise of freedom of the press, under the terms of the Constitution and the Law.

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