The Angolan opposition UNITA today called for dialogue between the Angolan Government and higher education teachers and questioned the acts of intimidation against the class union leader, raising suspicions of "state terrorism".
The concerns of the National Union for the Total Independence of Angola (UNITA) were expressed in Luanda by parliamentarian Raul Tati, prime minister of the "shadow government" of Angola's largest opposition party, who criticized the executive's inaction in the face of the prolonged strike of higher education teachers, which began on February 27.
"It becomes incomprehensible the tomb silence of the holder of executive power before . . .
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