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Angola - other political parties and liberation movements

Last modified: 2014-04-26 by bruce berry
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Fórum Fraternal Angolano Coligação (FOFAC)

image by António MARTINS-Tuválkin, 18 Oct 2008

The Fórum Fraternal Angolano Coligação or FOFAC (Angolan Fraternal Forum Alliance) got the least number of votes in the 2008 Angolan parliamentary when it got 0,17% of the popular vote. According to the Chr. Michelsen Institute in Norway:
The Fórum Fraternal Angolano Coligação (Fraternal Forum of Angola Alliance) is an alliance of four small parties, established in 1997and approved by the Constitutional Court in July 2008. The coalition president is Artur Quixona Finda. In its manifesto FOFAC prioritises “the various cultural, political, social and historical problems facing Angolans today”.  It says it will fight for greater economic equality and the restructure of public/ political institutions, and can thus be seen as a radical reform party.

On the National Electoral Committee official website the party flag is shown as being ~2:3 with four horizontal stripes — green, white, yellow, and red; a white five-pointed regular upright star is placed on the upper fly inside the green stripe and overall, slightly overlapping the green and red stripes an image of three men, seen from waist up, facing slightly to the left of the observer, all mustached and dressed in shirt and stripped ties, raising their right arms while holding respectively a sheaf of papers (hoist side), a small hand tool (middle), and a small white forked flag (fly side) — this image is in sepia drawn in white.
António MARTINS-Tuválkin, 18 Oct 2008


Frente para a Democracia (FpD)

image by António MARTINS-Tuválkin, 14 Oct 2008

The Frente para a Democracia or FpD (Front for Democracy) is a small Angolan political party, one of the many which did not win any seats in the 2008 parliamentary elections.  The Chr. Michelsen Institute in Norway reports that:
The Frente para a Democracia (Front for Democracy) is an “intellectual”, relatively radical opposition party, which is strongest in the urban, intellectual milieu of Luanda, Cabinda and Benguela.  It has a good working relationship with civil society organisations, trade unions and NGOs. The party president is Filomeno Vieira Lopes. The party was previously part of various coalitions (and had one deputy as a member of the AC Coligação) but now it runs on its own ticket. The FpD is strongly committed to democracy, pluralism and the protection of citizens’ and human rights.  The internal party structure and democracy is good.

On the National Electoral Committee official website the party flag is shown as a ~2:3 horizontal bicolour of white over yellowish light green with a black centered emblem — this comprises a
tree outline above large lettering "FpD" in turn above smaller letters "Frente para a Democracia", all set in extra bold sans-serif italics (seems to be Futura Extra Bold Condensed Italic).
António MARTINS-Tuválkin, 14 Oct 2008


Nova Democracia União Eleitoral (ND-UE)

image by António MARTINS-Tuválkin, 12 Oct 2008

Nova Democracia União Eleitoral or N.D.-U.E (The Social Renewal Party) is one of the smaller parties with seats in the Angolan parliament following the 2008 parliamentary elections when it got the 3rd place in popular vote but is 4th in the number of elected MPs gaining two seats out of 220 due to the regional allocation of the ballot.

The Chr. Michelsen Institute in Norway reports that:
The Nova Democracia União Eleitoral (New Democracy Electoral Union) is a recently established coalition of six parties. Their registration was approved by the Constitutional Court in July 2008. Most of these parties used to belong to the POC coalition, which they quit due to internal disagreements. The leader is Quintino de Moreira, president of the member party MPDA.

On the National Electoral Committee official website the party flag is ~2:3 orange with a thick white ring and what seems to be the party name at the lower fly, set in two lines separated by a horizontal line with bold sans-serif capitals, all white with black shadow.
António MARTINS-Tuválkin, 12 Oct 2008


Partido de Apoio Democrático e Progresso de Angola (PADEPA)

image by António MARTINS-Tuválkin, 14 Oct 2008

The Partido de Apoio Democrático e Progresso de Angola or PADEPA (Party for Democratic Support and Progress of Angola) is a small Angolan party, one of the many which did not get any seats in the parliament following the the 2008 parliamentary elections.

The Chr. Michelsen Institute in Norway reports that:
PADEPA, Partido de Apoio Democrático e Progresso de Angola (Party of Democratic Support for Democracy and Progress in Angola) was registered as a political party in 1995, and approved as a contestant in the 2008 elections.  PADEPA used to be a radical opposition party, but since an internal split that led to the expulsion of its founding president Carlos Leitão in 2007, the party line is unclear. Luís Silva Cardoso currently chairs the party.

On the National Electoral Committee official website its flag is a ~2:3 horizontal tricolor of black, white and red with a black and white soaring bird centered on the white panel.
António MARTINS-Tuválkin, 14 Oct 2008


Partido Democrático para o Progresso / Aliança Nacional de Angola (PDP-ANA)

Partido Democrático para o Progresso / Aliança Nacional de Angola (Democratic Party for Progress / National Alliance of Angola) - this party might or might not have a flag. I say this because the site of the Angolan parliament has an image defined in the page code, but the image isn't there. So I cannot confirm what the image is.
Jorge Candeias, 30 Nov 2001

The PDP-ANA is a right-of-center humanist grouping led by a prominent university professor, Nfulumpinga Lando Victor, who was previously affiliated with the FNLA. In mid-1992 Victor was named as a presidential candidate. However there were no reports of his having received any votes in the September balloting, following which the party secured one seat in the Angolan National Assembly.
Jarig Bakker, 30 Nov 2001

image by António MARTINS-Tuválkin, 12 Oct 2008

In the 2008 parliamentary elections the P.D.P.-ANA had the best result of those parties with no previously elected Members of Parliament.   The Chr. Michelsen Institute in Norway, reports that:
PDP-ANA, Partido Democrático para o Progresso de Aliança Nacional de Angola (Democratic Progress Party/Angolan National Alliance) is a moderate opposition party and a member of the current coalition government (although it supported UNITA’s Savimbi for the Presidency in 1992). The Party President is Sediangani Mbimbi.  The party has an ethnic support base with the Bakongo ethnic groups and “French-speaking” northerners along the border with the DRC, and is close to the Protestant and Baptist churches.  In the election campaign, the PDP-ANA talks about national reconciliation, education and the family as important institutions.  The party structure is client centred and traditional.

On the National Electoral Committee official website the party's flag is a ~2:3 vertical tricolor of red, white, and green with the middle panel filled with a large, tangent yellow disc, held above and below by two black hand outlines, the upper one “issuant” from the green division line and the upper one “issuant” from the red division line; centered above it the lettering "PDP" and below it "ANA", both set in black sans-serif rounded bold capitals.
António MARTINS-Tuválkin, 12 Oct 2008


Partido Renovador Democrático (PRD)

Partido Renovador Democrático (Party of Democratic Renewal) has a blue flag with the party symbol in the center. The source isn't clear enough to understand what's that symbol represents.  It looks like a seal of some sort, with the internal background in red and what might be, (I'm speculating here), a pair of grasping hands. It is impossible to produce an image with any degree of accuracy.
Jorge Candeias, 30 Nov 2001

The PRD was formed by survivors and sympathizers of the dissident MPLA-PT Nito Alves faction whose abortive 1977 coup d'etat  led to a violent purge of the parent party leadership. In 1991 the PRD was reported to be regarded by Luanda's diplomatic community as the best organized of the "emergent" parties. In September 1991 the PRD was the first party sanctioned by the Supreme Court to begin gathering the signatures necessary to secure legal status. In July 1992 PRD leader Luís da Silva dos Passos predicted that the PRD would win 20 percent of the vote at the forthcoming elections and then align with UNITA. However, Dos Passos' presidential vote share was less than 2 percent, with the party capturing only seat in the Angolan National Assembly
Jarig Bakker, 30 Nov 2001

image by António MARTINS-Tuválkin, 17 Oct 2008

The Partido Renovador Democrático or PRD (Democratic Renewal Party) is the third largest Angolan political party having won eight seats in the 220 seat parliament in the 2008 parliamentary elections. According to the Chr. Michelsen Institute in Norway:
The Partido Renovador Democrático (Democratic Renewal Party) was founded by a group of MPLA people who were purged and exiled after a failed coup in 1977. The party has been subject to several splits and has a leadership problem.  The PRD gets its main support from urban and semi-urban areas. It is a part of the current coalition government, and is led by Luís da Silva dos Passos.

On the National Electoral Committee official website its flag is shown as a ~2:3 very light blue flag with a large red disc containing its logo which is a pair of hands clasped upwards, in the same blue, with black shadows, and the disc is surrounded by lettering, set in black sans-serif capitals.  From 7 to 5 o’clock it reads "Partido Renovador Democrático" and in bold type "PRD" arched and centered at the bottom, flanked by two long black triangles, separating it from the remaining lettering.
António MARTINS-Tuválkin, 17 Oct 2008


Plataforma Política Eleitorial (PPE)

image by António MARTINS-Tuválkin, 12 Oct 2008

Plataforma Política Eleitoral  (Platform for Electoral Politics) is the party which gained the second lowest number of votes in the 2008 parliamentary elections in Angola.  The Chr. Michelsen Institute in Norway reports that:
The Plataforma Política Eleitoral of PPE (Platform for Electoral Politics) is a recently established alliance (coalition) of nine micro-parties chaired by José João Manuel.  The PPE emphasizes industrial development, reform of government structures and service delivery.  Like other coalitions it is vulnerable to divisions. Being quite new and unknown to the public, the PPE stands little chance of gaining parliamentary seats.

On the National Electoral Committee official website the party flag is red with a total of 18 white regular five-pointed stars: A block of 2×4 smaller upright stars at the upper hoist, and another at bottom fly; on the center two larger white stars pointing to the upper hoist and loosely set on the descending diagonal of the flag.
António MARTINS-Tuválkin, 12 Oct 2008


 


 
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