The MPLA candidate for President of the Republic, João Lourenço, promised in Uíge to lower the unemployment rate in the country if he wins the elections of August 23. João Lourenço assumed this commitment during a rally in this city and said that to solve the problem the MPLA will boost the economy and bet heavily on the private sector so that it takes on the responsibility of giving more and more jobs to the young people.
“It is our greatest concern and high priority for MPLA to lower unemployment rates. We want to see a society with the lowest levels of unemployment so that most working-age citizens have jobs, “said the MPLA candidate.
João Lourenço understands that the State has the responsibility to create the environment so that the private sector grows and fulfills its responsibility to give employment to the citizens. The MPLA candidate, who was addressing thousands of militants, said that the most important thing is to work for the country to have more citizens employed.
João Lourenço spoke of the MPLA’s pretensions in the various domains of governance if he wins the elections of August 23 and highlighted education, transport, public works, diplomacy, defense, health and agriculture as priorities of his party.
By ensuring that the MPLA has the best governance program in these areas for 2017-2022, João Lourenço said that his party is working “hard” to ensure victory in the August 23 elections and has made a commitment to bring progress and The economic and social development that the country needs.
During his speech, João Lourenço made a serious commitment to the formation of the man and said that the country relies on national cadres to stop depending on foreigners. “The national framework, beyond knowing, feels the homeland and the need to progress for the development of his country,” said João Lourenço, for whom the valuation of human capital is necessary for the development of Angola.
João Lourenço acknowledged the shortage of cadres that Angola has in terms of quality and quantity to ensure development. “There is still a very large deficit of cadres. We need more in all areas. We have to strive to achieve the optimum in terms of quantity and quality, “stressed the majority party’s vice president.