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Archbishop of Lubango leads electoral observatory mission for general elections

The Archbishop of Lubango and President of the Episcopal Commission for Justice, Peace and Migration of the Episcopal Conference of Angola and São Tomé (CEAST), Gabriel Mbilingi will head the Angolan Electoral Observatory observation mission for the general elections.


The mission statement emphasizes that national civil society organizations have the "sole purpose of contributing to and defending democracy, ensuring and encouraging the democratic participation of citizens and civil society in solving problems"

Declaring civil society organizations "covered in a culture of tolerance and deeply committed to the promotion of transparency and fairness, equality, justice and electoral truth" have therefore decided to set up an electoral observation mission to be led by the Archbishop of Lubango, from June 21, 2022, until the inauguration date of the President of the Republic and the deputies to the National Assembly.

It also highlights that Angola is a rule of law based on popular sovereignty, the primacy of the Constitution and the law, the separation of powers, the interdependence of functions, national unity, pluralism of expression and political organization and democracy. representative and participatory.

The mission also recalls that the people exercise sovereignty "through universal, free, equal, direct, secret and periodic suffrage to choose, on August 24, 2022, the President of the Republic and the deputies to the National Assembly.

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