According to the director of the Political Parties Office of the Constitutional Court, Juvenis Paulo, the plenary decided to dismiss the request for nullity of the order that rejected the registration of the political formation.
"The plenary of the Constitutional Court considered that this Installing Committee, in the process of presenting documents for its registration, presented signatures collected in 2019, which contain a non-correspondence between the signature affixed to identity cards and signatures affixed to the registration forms" he explained.
Juvenis Paulo stressed that the court also considered that the Installing Committee of PRA-JA Servir Angola did not present a sufficient number of residence certificates that could support the validation of a minimum of 7500 valid signatures.
The appeal was filed last April, to analyze the order of the Constitutional Court that denied, for the second time, the request for legalization of the political project.
At the time, Abel Chivukuvuku considered the court's various leads to be an "obstacle" to the emergence of future political training.
The legalization process of the Angolan Renaissance Party - Together for Angola - Serving Angola (PRA-JÁ - Servir Angola) has been underway since November 2019, when the political formation sent 23,492 signatures to the court, of which 19 thousand were rejected , with several justifications, including minority and lack of authenticity of residence certificates.
"They blamed the administrations, for everything that is singing. This time, we sent 8000 and such declarations from subscribers, of which more than 4000 with notary recognition and, again, the court disqualifies the municipal administrations, does not recognize the the role of notaries in the Republic of Angola, and recognized about 2000 statements ", said Abel Chivukuvuku, at a meeting of the Installing Committee 's ad hoc task force" in April.