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Parties are expected to allocate around 30.8 billion kwanzas from the state coffers during the new legislature

Around 30.8 billion kwanzas is how much the parties with parliamentary seats will receive from the state over the V legislature. Calculations indicate that the winning party's share will decrease, with the MPLA taking in around 955 million kwanzas less annually, while UNITA's annual share will grow by around 939 million kwanzas than in the previous legislature.


Counts made by Expansão – based on the multiplication of the amount granted per vote, under the Law on Financing for Political Parties, which defines an annual allocation from the General State Budget for political forces with a seat in parliament, by the number of votes – find that the political formations that garnered the most votes in the general elections (MPLA, UNITA, PRS, FNLA and PHA) will absorb around 30.8 billion kwanzas from the State throughout the legislature.

Thus, according to the same newspaper, the winning party (MPLA which had 3,209,429 votes) will receive about 3.2 billion kwanzas per year, corresponding to less 955 million kwanzas per year in relation to the amount it received in the legislature that began in 2017.

The second political force (UNITA, which had 2,756,786 votes), will receive around three billion kwanzas, with the party's annual share growing by around 939 million kwanzas compared to the previous legislature.

The PRS, which was the third most voted force, according to Expansão's calculations, will fit around 71 million kwanzas.

In turn, the FNLA and PHA will receive 66 million kwanzas and 64 million kwanzas, respectively.

According to Expansão, the value was calculated based on multiplying the amount of 1000 kwanzas per vote by the total number of votes obtained by each party.


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