Angola: 2008 elections

“The Angolan people are called to go to the polls, this year in September 2008, to elect their representatives to the National Assembly. There have been 17 years since the Angolan voted.” Feliciano J.R. Cangüe has a list of the nearly 100 parties which may be competing in this elections.

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  • […] de cem partidos na disputa das eleições em Angola 06Abr08 Acabei de publicar uma notinha sobre o post de Feliciano J.R. Cangüe publicada no Hukalilile na sexta passada sobre os aprtidos […]

  • Wow! That’s a lot of parties competing for the top spot. I guess 17 years made people a little anxious to get in the top spot…….

  • Sempre que percebo um aumento assustador de visitante no blog “Hukalilile Angola”, eu já sei que a Paula Góes deu um empurrãozinho. Imediatamente vou ao “Global Voices” para conferir. Fico feliz pela sua atenção. Eu admiro muito seu trabalho. Nesta nota eu tive que editar depois. Espero que não tenha atrapalhado muito. Apareça sempre que puder, porque o blog é nosso!!!
    Sucessos. Feliciano Cangüe.

    Translation by GVO

    Every time I see an increase of visits on the “Hukalilile Angola,” blog, I then know that Paula Góes has give a little hand. I immediately go to the “Global Voices” to see it. I am happy for your attention. I much admire your work. I had to edit this post later. I hope that this has not caused much trouble. Pop in whenever you can, because this is our blog!
    Success. Feliciano Cangüe.

  • Thank you, Feliciano, you deserved it! I with I had time, health and resources to dedicate myself much more to GVO, and get to know every blogosphere I report better. Your comment is so encouraging! Keep up the good work in Angola,
    Paula

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