Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola

 
Outside chaotic Luanda, a new city rises
Outside chaotic Luanda, a new city rises
In a field 30km south of Angola's chaotic capital, a $3.5-billion city seems to rise from nothing, a showpiece in government's drive to build one...
EU says Angolan poll lacked transparency
EU says Angolan poll lacked transparency
Angola's parliamentary election results in September lacked transparency and were marred by serious organisational weaknesses, according to an EU...
Spread the wealth, says Angolan ruling party
Spread the wealth, says Angolan ruling party
Angola's ruling party called for greater fairness in the distribution of the country's massive oil wealth on Wednesday in the first parliamentary...
Angolan govt to set out bold spending agenda
Angolan govt to set out bold spending agenda
Angola's ruling Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA), flush from a landslide victory in a parliamentary poll, will set out an...
Angolan ruling party wins majority of vote
Angolan ruling party wins majority of vote
Angola's electoral commission late on Tuesday reported the final results of this month's legislative elections, with the ruling Popular Movement...
Angola ruling party savours win as count continues
Angola ruling party savours win as count continues
Angola's ruling Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA) on Monday savoured an overwhelming victory in the country's first peacetime...
Victory seems guaranteed for Angola's MPLA
Victory seems guaranteed for Angola's MPLA
With nearly 55% of the ballots counted, Angola's ruling Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA) seemed headed for a massive victory of...
Angolan ruling party claims election victory
Angolan ruling party claims election victory
Angola's ruling party has claimed victory in the oil-rich nation's chaotic landmark election despite opposition attempts to have the result...
Voting in Angola resumes amid controversy
Voting in Angola resumes amid controversy
Voting in Angola's parliamentary election resumed on Saturday for an unscheduled second day amid charges the poll had been chaotic and violated the...
Angola's new dawn
Angola's new dawn
On Friday about 8,3-million Angolans go to the polls, in the first election to be held under peaceful conditions since Angola won its independence...
Smaller parties vie for attention in Angola
Smaller parties vie for attention in Angola
About 8,3-million Angolans will go the polls on Friday in the first election since independence in 1975 to be held under peaceful conditions.
Campaigning set for post-war polls in Angola
Campaigning set for post-war polls in Angola
Campaigning for Angola's first parliamentary elections since the end of a nearly three-decade civil war officially begins on Tuesday, with concerns...

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