Angola from oil-producing country in Africa, president for the first time in 38 years to replace
The president is supposed to change for the first time in 38 years at Angola, oil producing country in southern Africa.The president is supposed to change for the first time in 38 years at Angola, oil producing country in southern Africa.The ruling party voted for 65 percent of the seats in the parliamentary election held on 23rd. A candidate for a political party that is a majority in the country will be elected president, President Dos Santos who has led the ruling party has always retired.
President Dos Santos who leads the ruling party has declined retirement at any time.
President Dos Santos has been in power for 38 years since taking office in 1979 and has become one of the longest regimes in Africa.Angola relies on crude oil exports, but the economy is in danger due to the slump in resource prices. Corruption and fellowship have expanded, and complaints of the people are increasing.For Mr. Lourenco, who is expected to take over in September, it is urgent to rebuild the economy.