Angola: MPLA Able to Meet Angolans' Concerns - Rui Falcão

Luanda — The secretary of MPLA's Political Bureau for Information, Rui Falcão, today, Saturday, defended that his party is historical and the only one able to respond to the Angolan people's longings.

Rui Falcão, that was speaking in the auscultation meeting with base structures of MPLA, denominated "Éme in Movement" in Maianga district, Luanda city, said that

MPLA is an "unbeatable" party, naturally historical, since the process of the liberation fight to the current moment.

According to him, what characterises MPLA is the solidarity between its militants and it is "in the most difficult moments when we unite to win".

Questioned on the concerns of the Angolans, the politician affirmed not having doubts that his party is capable to solve the problems of the people, "and who wants that it should evaluate the actions of the opposition".

In his turn, the MPLA's first secretary in Luanda, Bento Bento, said that the majority party was up to the challenges and that in Maianga district it was prepared to help win the general elections in 2022.

He said that MPLA would continue to mobilise and work with the administrative structures paying more attention to the population's problems, with Maianga being a safe backstop for MPLA.

For the itinerant secretary of the Luanda provincial committee, Bento dos Santos "Kangamba", union should continue to be one of the party's mottos, so he appealed to the people to be calm, that things will improve in the near future.

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