Four opposition parties in Angola want fresh polls held after chaos erupted in some parts of the country during Friday`s Parliamentary elections – the nation`s first in 16 years.
The main opposition party – UNITA – has described the polls as a sham. “The process has collapsed,” Isaias Samakuva, president of UNITA told AFP. He said a new vote was the only solution. The opposition contends that ballot control was inadequate and many people were prevented from voting.
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