To this end, the installation commission for Abel Chivukuvuku's new political project carried out a two-day public verification audit of the signatures, to which members of civil society, diplomatic corps and the media were invited.
According to a source from the organizing committee, these 4176 signatures recognized by the notary will join the 3997 signatures considered to be in conformity by the Constitutional Court in the first phase of the process, exceeding the 7500 required by law for the legalization of the party.
The documents will be delivered this Friday to the Constitutional Court accompanied by another 4215 unauthenticated signatures due to the high costs for the political organization.
At issue is the refusal by the Constitutional Court of most of the 23,492 declarations of acceptance, copies of identity cards and certificates of residence, which the installation commission submitted, on 6 November 2019, to that justice body, within the scope of the legalization process PRA-JA Servir Angola, for alleged non-conformities.
According to the source, the delivery of the documents on Friday will be of an administrative nature as opposed to the first delivery, classified as political, and which was attended by the coordinator of the installation commission, Abel Chivukuvuku, which was until February last year. the leader of the Wide Convergence of Salvation of Angola - Electoral Coalition (CASA-CE), the second largest force of the opposition.
In the first phase, the Constitutional Court requested the provision of alleged non-conformities in the registration process for PRA-JA Servir Angola, which Abel Chivukuvuku considered “bad faith”, disagreeing with the arguments of irregularity in the process.