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MPs advocate solution to Luanda problems

Luanda, ANGOLA, June 6 - Members of National Assembly assigned to Family, Childhood and Social Action Commission have been urged to play an advocacy role in approval of a budget that allows the solution to main social problems in Luanda. ,


The Government’s priority focuses on health, basic sanitation and public tenders for the education and health sectors, but it needs an adequate budget to tackle these issues in the country's capital.


The 8th Commission of National Assembly, chaired by MP Clarice Mukinda, visited  the headquarters of Luanda’s Provincial Government to learn its operations and projects.


At the end of the visit, the deputy governor of Luanda for Political and Social Sphere, Ana Paula Correia Victor, asked the Parliamentarians to advocate the solutions to the problems of the city.


To her, the solution to Luanda problems entails a strong work with involvement of several Ministries in the social activity.


The MPs met with the provincial governor of Luanda, Adriano Mendes de Carvalho.


MP Clarice Mukinda said that there is an ambitious plan for Luanda, with priority to basic sanitation, education, health, distribution of drinking water, as well as mobility.


She called for the need for allocation of funds for the implementation of the projects.


For next year's budget, the MP pledged to work on allocating funds to the province in order to improve the living conditions of the population.