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UNITA parliamentary group accuses Government of trying to make journeys unfeasible

The leader of the UNITA parliamentary group accused the provincial governments this Monday of an alleged attempt to make their municipal days, scheduled for the next seven days, unfeasible.


The issue was addressed, in a press conference, by the leader of the parliamentary group of the National Union for the Total Independence of Angola (UNITA), Liberty Chiaka.

The days, according to the leader of the UNITA parliamentary group, aim to carry out solidarity activities, with donations of food, medicines and other goods, establish direct contact with citizens, especially in the markets, and carry out consultations, within the framework of the Organic Bill of Effective Institutionalization of Local Authorities, made public on March 4th.

Liberty Chiaka said that the UNITA parliamentary group informed the president of the National Assembly, Carolina Cerqueira, and the general commander of the National Police, about the holding of municipal meetings, from the 8th to the 13th of April, to present the Organic Institutionalization Bill Effective of Local Authorities, following the public consultation that ended on April 5th, as well as the program of activities.

According to the leader of the parliamentary group of the largest opposition party, communications were also sent to the governors of the provinces with specific information about the activities to be carried out by the delegations of deputies.

"We are receiving from some governors - from Cuanza Sul, Cuanza Norte, Moxico, Cabinda, Bengo, Zaire - communication whose content is strictly the same", said the deputy.

According to Liberty Chiaka, the responses from eight provinces, so far, claim that due to the absence of a communication from the president of the National Assembly addressed to the President of the Republic, they are unavailable to get involved in the activities of the UNITA parliamentary group.

"The type of response is the same, it clearly indicates that they received an instruction from the MAT [Ministry of Territorial Administration], the most serious and shameful thing is that we don't even plan inspection activities. If a governor, to receive courtesy greetings, has to having authorization from the President of the Republic, the country is in a much worse situation than we are currently experiencing", he lamented.

Liberty Chiaka said that the meetings would be a mere courtesy, to present greetings, expressing "deep indignation", because the "Government does not know how to carry out its tasks, its mission".

Regarding the bill, Liberty Chiaka said that many contributions were received, and between the first form of the project made public and the one that will be published, there are a third of notifications.


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