By Nation. Africa Members of civil society and representatives of political parties in Angola criticize President João Loureço’s budget for UN travel. On September 8, President Lourenço approved in a presidential decree the sum of US $ 4,119,036.75 (Angolan Kwanza 2,500,000,000 or TSh 9.5 billion) for operating expenses as part
Members of civil society and representatives of political parties in Angola criticize President João Loureço’s budget for trips to the UN. On September 8, President Lourenço approved, in a presidential decree, the sum of US$4,119,036.75 (2,500,000,000 Angolan Kwanza or KSh454,741,657.20) for operating expenses in preparation for the 76th session of
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