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, 23 de agosto de 2012

Spotlight. By Maka Angola

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:
RFI: Upcoming Angolan elections marred by media censorship
August 20, 2012: Political campaigning is in full swing in Angola. Parliamentary elections are due to take place at the end of this month will be only the third since the country gained independence from Portugal in 1975. President Jose Eduardo dos Santos has ruled Angola for 32 years making him Africa’s second longest-standing leader. The non-governmental organisation, Human Rights Watch, has accused him of suppressing the Angolan media for his political gain. RFI spoke to Sizaltina Cutaia, a human rights activist about how people are accessing impartial information ahead of the elections.
Reuters: Angola youth movement presses for change ahead of polls
August 17, 2012: Inspired by the Arab Spring, Angola’s nascent youth movement is attempting to gain momentum by exposing corruption and rights abuses by the government of President Jose Eduardo dos Santos who has ruled Africa’s second biggest oil producer for 32 years.
This is Africa: Angola’s politically-conscious rappers vs. apolitical kuduristas
August 16, 2012: As Angola’s second post-civil war [1975-2002] elections on 31 August quickly draw near, This is Africa takes a look at the role of music in Angolan politics. Politically-conscious rappers address and attack what they perceive as an unjust society and bad governance.
Kuduristas don’t.

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