Angola: The long slow walk to normality - The Economist

Angola: The long slow walk to normality

Angola: The long slow walk to normality - The Economist
Angola: The long slow walk to normality
Published Sep 04, 2004
620 words — Published Sep 04, 2004
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Angola has peace. Now it needs democracy HISTORICALLY, Angolans have had little say in who ruled them. Their president, Jose Eduardo dos Santos, has been in charge since 1979. He and his party, the MPLA, have only once submitted to a...

  
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