The professor and deputy of the UNITA parliamentary group, Arleth Leona Chimbinda, was indicated as the only woman among the more than 90 UNITA deputies, of which 9 will coordinate a monitoring group of parliamentarians made up of 8 to 12 deputies, who may work in the nine municipalities that make up the province of Luanda.
Arleth Chimbinda’s nomination was announced this Wednesday, 23rd, at a press conference, to head a delegation of 8 to 12 deputies.
According to a press release, which the Kianda’s mail had access, on the first day of the activities UNITA parliamentarians will pay a courtesy visit to public institutions, such as municipal administrators, hospitals, schools and municipal commands.
In the second working day of the parliamentary days, the “maninhos” will maintain direct contact with citizens in communities, formal markets and squares.
On the last day, the delegations will have meetings with religious communities of various denominations based in the nine municipalities of Luanda.
At the end of the Conference, the coordinators of the delegations will produce a report of all the findings according to the target groups of the work that will be carried out during the three days. They will be compiled and sent to the President of the National Assembly, Carolina Cerqueira, and to the Governor of the Province of Luanda, Manuel Homem.