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MPLA urges Angolans to maintain hope for better days

The Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA) urged all Angolans to maintain hope for better days, reaffirming that this political organization “continues to work to serve the people and make Angola grow”.

: Ampe Rogério/Lusa
Ampe Rogério/Lusa  

In a statement commemorating the 4th of April, Day of Peace and National Reconciliation, the Political Bureau of the MPLA Central Committee greeted all Angolans, taking advantage of the occasion to "address a patriotic hug to all Angolans who, through their work and actions, daily contributions contribute to maintaining the gains arising from peace, one of the greatest achievements of the Angolan people", which everyone must preserve.

The party in power in the country reaffirmed "its unconditional political will to broaden the basis of permanent and inclusive dialogue on all social, political and economic themes and phenomena", to reinforce the process of consolidating the democratic rule of law.

The Political Bureau of the MPLA Central Committee urges Angolan society to "maintain hope for better days" and recalled the legacy of the first President of Angola, António Agostinho Neto, that "the most important thing is to solve the people's problems", the which "is only possible in an environment marked by peace and national harmony", says the declaration.

This Thursday, Angola celebrates 22 years of peace, achieved with the signing of the Luena Complementary Memorandum of Understanding, on April 4, 2002, which put an end to almost three decades of war in the country.


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