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UNITA urges women to unite to change the country's "dark institutional framework"

UNITA considered that Angola is experiencing a “dark institutional framework”, the result of “scandals of corruption and insensitivity” of the political system that governs the country, urging women to “unity” to change this framework.


In a statement alluding to International Women's Day, which is celebrated this Wednesday, the executive secretariat of the Standing Committee of the Political Commission of the National Union for the Total Independence of Angola (UNITA) salutes and congratulates all women in the world, in particular Angolan women .

UNITA also praises the struggle developed by women since March 8, 1917, to expand their participation in social, political, economic, military and diplomatic structures, assuming important leadership positions.

The Standing Committee of the UNITA Political Commission also appeals to the unity of all women, “regardless of their social status, in order to change the dismal institutional framework that Angola is experiencing, the result of corruption scandals and the insensitivity of the political system that governs our country. ” since 1975.

“UNITA is in solidarity with the struggle of women against violence applied in the family environment, at all levels of society and institutions, with serious repercussions on the psycho-emotional situation of children”, refers to the statement.

In the message, the black rooster party also urges women to “unite around the ideals of freedom to overcome the challenges of achieving a more egalitarian, just, prosperous and developed society”.

And the Angolan Women's League (LIMA), UNITA's female organization, refers in its note alluding to the event, pays tribute to all women considering that the advances seen in achieving gender balance "are still timid" and encourages all women in the world to continue the fight for the conquest of their rights.

Regarding the social context of Angola, LIMA urges the executive to “put an end to governance through symbolic demonstrations, to the outbreak of crimes, ranging from those committed by criminals against women to those arising from the poor form of the exercise of authority that affect informal market vendors and demolitions”.

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