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CEAST calls for dialogue to create a more serene social and political environment

The president of the Episcopal Conference of Angola and São Tomé (CEAST), Dom Manuel Imbamba, appealed to political parties for more dialogue in order to generate a “more serene” social and political environment.


The official - who was speaking to the press, this Monday, at the end of a meeting with the President of the Republic, João Lourenço - said that "political parties are monopolizing the life of society", thus requiring more dialogue for serenity of the social and political environment.

"Political leaders need to sit down, dialogue more and help to create a more serene social and political environment, more hopeful, more secure. And we don't live in these suspicions and in these reticence that do not help us to feel good about what we are called to build", said the president of CEAST, quoted in a statement from CIPRA, to which VerAngola had access.

Regarding the audience with the head of state, the official said that it served to express this concern, as well as to congratulate him on his re-election.

"Therefore, we ask that, as Head of State, you could also alleviate this moment of negative political burden that we are experiencing, so that society can relax more and that the coming years can be of work aimed at the good of the populations, for the good of the country", he stressed.

He also left the guarantee of the "availability of the Catholic Church to continue working for the development of the country", says the note.

Dom Manuel Imbamba also said that social responsibility will be maintained: "Our social responsibility will remain in the sense of collaborating in the aspects of education, health, formation of families, and to create this ethical formation that is necessary for all of us".

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