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Angola’s UNITA drops parliament boycott threat

The leading opposition party in Angola said Saturday its lawmakers would take their seats in parliament, withdrawing a threat to boycott the assembly to protest last month's election outcome.

Angola opposition parties call for election recount

Four opposition parties in Angola on Sunday called for a recount in last week’s general election, alleging “irregularities” during the vote that kept the ruling party in power.

Angolan opposition rejects provisional poll results

Angolan main opposition party Unita has rejected the provisional results of the August 23 General Election that gives the ruling MPLA a victory.

Angolan electoral commission agrees to vote counting at polling stations

The Angolan electoral commission has agreed to allow vote counting at the polling stations before the results are sent to the provincial collation centres.

African Union satisfied with Angola elections preparations

The African Union observer mission in Angola has expressed satisfaction with the preparations towards Wednesday’s elections in the oil-rich southern African country.

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