Speaking to Lusa, Marcial Dachala, spokesman for the União Nacional para a Independência Total de Angola (UNITA) said that his party was one of the first to present the accounts and "did not have, until now" any notification from the Comissão Nacional Eleitoral (CNE) "on possible reservations".
"Therefore, if there is one or another reservation on the part of the CNE, we will be notified and in due time we will respond to clarify", added the deputy of the 'maninhos'.
The National Electoral Commission last week approved the accounts of the parties that ran in the general elections held in August 2022, with reservations in the cases of the Partido Humanista de Angola (PHA) and UNITA.
Regarding the PHA, the representative, Nsimba Lwalwa, confirmed to Lusa that his party received, almost two months ago, a notification from the CNE about some missing invoices in its accounts report and that this was "promptly supplied".
"We did receive some notification from the CNE regarding some invoices, but that has also been answered and has already been clarified and after that we no longer received any information from the CNE, for almost two months. well," he explained.
According to the 'humanists' politician, his party justified, in its accounting report, "every penny" of the expenses incurred during the campaign for the general elections of 24 August.
"Therefore, we are calm and open for any clarifications or corrections, but we have already responded to the CNE's notification", he reiterated.
The document approved by the CNE plenary session on 19 January does not contain the reports of the Partido da Renovação Social (PRS) and the Frente Nacional de Libertação de Angola (FNLA), "which did not present to the CNE, within the deadlines established by law, their rendering of accounts", reveals the body in a note released on its 'site'.
Eight parties and coalitions competed in the general elections on 24 August, but the CNE only received the accounts reports of six political formations, of which four were approved without reservations: CASA-CE coalition, Movimento Popular de Libertação de Angola (MPLA), Partido Nacionalista para a Justiça em Angola (P-Njango) and Aliança Patriótica Nacional (APN).
The PHA and UNITA reports were approved with reservations, the same note indicates, without specifying which ones.
Lusa also contacted the FNLA and PRS parties, but did not receive any response.