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Elections will have three Portuguese observers. Paulo Portas, José Luís Arnaut and Carlos César are the guests

The August 24 elections will have three Portuguese observers. These are Paulo Portas, José Luís Arnaut and Carlos César who received an invitation from the Angolan Government to take part in the election observation mission.


According to a news report by CNN Portugal, the European country is the only one with three representatives among the observers who will compose this international mission, which will include several politicians, former rulers, among others.

Of the three guests, Carlos César is the only one who is still active in the political world. He held the position of president of the Regional Government of the Azores and is currently the president of the Socialist Party.

In turn, Paulo Portas also had a remarkable career in politics, having been deputy, leader of the CDS-PP and deputy prime minister in the Passos Coelho government, while José Luís Arnaut was also deputy and deputy minister to the prime minister. Durao Barroso.

CNN Portugal recalls that in 2017 Paulo Portas and José Luís Arnaut had already been present at the inauguration of the current President, João Lourenço.

Alongside this mission invited by the Executive of João Lourenço, the European Union and the CPLP also showed their willingness to send observation missions to Angolan soil, writes CNN Portugal.


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