In Angola they feel prisoners political accused of any crime. They say that it is a democratic regime that it is in the middle of the joy of their functions. The democratic potencies close the eyes and they point that it is like this that it is good, that it is like this that it is made the stability in Africa. Here is the income of the terrorism of which Europe is not gotten to loosen. Who supports the corruption and their dictatorships, in the bottom it is also terrorist without the knowledge.

quinta-feira, 30 de agosto de 2012

Spotlight. By Maka Angola On August 29, 2012

The latest press coverage on corruption, human rights abuses, violations of freedom of the press and socio-economic exclusion in Angola, every Wednesday on Maka Angola:
CNBC: Rich-poor divide scars Angola as it heads for polls
August 27, 2012: A four-lane avenue separates the shelled ruins of the art deco Ruacana Cinema from Huambo’s shiny new Chinese-built railway station, a symbol of the leaps Angola has made to recover from a devastating 27-year civil war that ended a decade ago.
Mail & Guardian: Angola polls could spring a surprise
August 24, 2012: Rising discontent over a perceived lack of a “peace dividend” and the widening gap between rich and poor has seen many Angolans grow tired of the ruling party, which claims to be working for the povo (people) but whose leaders are growing wealthier by the day, thanks to the country’s booming oil-driven economy.
Businessweek: Angola’s Opposition Planning Protest Over Election
August 23, 2012: Opposition parties in Angola, Africa’s second-largest oil producer, plan to demonstrate on Aug. 25 against conditions for the country’s general election next week. Unita, a former rebel movement, and Casa-Ce, a party started this year by a former Unita leader, have objected to aspects of the ballot in Luanda, the capital. Angola’s electoral commission is expected to meet tomorrow and may issue a ruling on the complaints.

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