Parties reinforce call for tranquility

Parties reinforce call for tranquility
Parties reinforce call for tranquility

Africa-Press – Angola. The political parties UNITA, FNLA and PRS reinforced, this Monday, the appeal to citizens to face the general elections, scheduled for August this year, in a climate of peace and national unity, with a view to maintaining the Democratic State and the rule of law.

This position was reiterated during the reopening of the One-Stop Public Service Desks (BUAP), in order to respond to citizens’ complaints about their electoral data.

According to the provincial secretary for Monitoring the Municipalities of the FNLA, Mateus Cassule, quoted by Angop, the organization has worked on raising awareness among militants to adhere to the vote and assume an orderly and responsible posture, so that the election is a true “party of democracy”.

Along the same lines, the provincial secretary for Electoral and Parliamentary Affairs of the PRS, Jacob José, defended the mobilization of different social segments with a view to holding free, fair and transparent elections. The deputy provincial secretary for Electoral Affairs and Local Power at UNITA, Nelson Gomes, corroborated the same idea, who appealed to citizens to resort to BUAP in case of irregularity in electoral data.

During the meeting, the director of the Provincial Office for Registries and Administrative Modernization, Lando David Pacheco, clarified that, at this time, data collection from the six BUAPs in the remote areas of the municipalities of Marimba, Cahombo, CambundiCa is taking place in Luanda. -tembo and Quirima.

He clarified that, in addition to the electoral registration, the BUAP must provide, in this first phase of implementation, the services of attribution of the citizen’s card and Identity Card, the latter being dependent on the availability of means by the Ministry of Territory Administration .

He explained that the citizen will have to vote with the voter’s card or the Identity Card and not with the citizen’s card.

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