Angolan activists said today that the right to demonstrate in Angola is in question and that the regime tends to intensify repression in scenarios of weakening power to protect itself against threats.
In the auditorium of the Pauline Sisters in Luanda, dozens of young activists reflected on the right to demonstrate, with the theme of March 7, 2011.
The date marks an attempt to protest against the government of then President José Eduardo dos Santos, culminating in the arrest of 12 people, including the activist and ‘rapper’ Luaty Beirão and journalists.
Margareth Nangacovie, a lawyer and teacher, said that . . .