Angola, Guinea Bissau Ruling Parties Re-Launch Parliamentary Cooperation
The ruling parties in Angola and Guinea Bissau, MPLA and PAIGC, respectively, Wednesday in Luanda took the first steps to re-launch cooperation at Parliamentary level, halted by the events recorded on April 12, 2012.
The re-launch of cooperation happened during a meeting of Parliamentary group leaders of the two parties, Virgílio de Fontes Pereira (MPLA) and Califa Seidi (PAIGC).
The two MPs exchange experience, taking into account the interest of the Guinea Bissau in Parliamentary reform.
At the end of the meeting, the leader of Parliamentary Group of MPLA told reporters that the bumpy did not lead his party to think of the possibility of disruption in the historical relations.
According to him, the PAIGC preferred that the re-launching of relation could be carried out by Parliamentary groups.
The MP stressed PAIGC's interest to resume the path of relation to ensure shared experience.