Southern Africa liberation parties analyze general conjuncture

Luanda – The secretaries general of political parties emanating from the national liberation movements of Southern Africa analyze Friday in Luanda the current situation in their respective countries and the general situation.

The meeting, which will take place in one of the hotel units of the capital, will bring together the six parties that have fought for the independence of their countries, namely MPLA (Angola), FRELIMO (Mozambique), ANC (South Africa), SWAPO (Namibia) ZANU-PF (Zimbabwe) and CHAMA-CHAMA MPINDUZI (Tanzania).

These meetings, which appear to be a mechanism for concerted action to strengthen the relations that have united these countries for several decades, take place twice a year.

At the level of their leaders, a summit is held in every two years, the last of which took place in November 2015 in the city of Maputo, the capital of Mozambique.

The Luanda meeting of the secretaries-general of independence parties takes place about two and a half months before the holding of the fourth general elections in Angola.

Source: Angola Press News Agency