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30 Sep 2009 description


Global warming is the greatest environmental challenge facing the world today. Increasing global temperatures are bringing about rapid changes in weather patterns, rising sea levels and increased frequency and intensity of extreme weather.

01 Nov 2006 description

The following are among the articles contained in this issue:

- Children and the HIV/AIDS epidemic
- Update on campaign to stop EPA's
- Challenges to trade unionism in Zimbabwe
- Focus: Staying positive about HIV/AIDS
- Children: The forgotten victims

22 Apr 2005 description

Electoral legislation debated

On 20 April the Angolan parliament, the National Assembly, adopted several draft laws from the electoral legislative package that will form the foundations for national elections planned for September 2006. However, a major stumbling block is the draft Electoral Law, with neither side in the National Assembly agreeing on the central issue of who actually runs the elections.

22 Mar 2005 description

Stalemate in parliament over registration

23 Feb 2005 description

Government reshuffles continue

The Angolan government on 27 January underwent a further reshuffle, with the Minister for Information, Hendrik Vaal Neto being the most senior politician to be replaced. His deputy, Manuel Augusto, was also relieved of his post. President Jose Eduardo dos Santos replaced them with two senior media figures.

14 Sep 2004 description

Election timetable proposed

Angola's ruling party, the MPLA, has put forward a detailed timetable culminating in presidential and parliamentary elections in September 2006.

The largest opposition party, UNITA, had objected to the lack of a timetable, and since 12 May had been boycotting the Angolan parliament's Constitutional Commission, the body that will pave the way for the country's next elections. UNITA has now indicated that it will rejoin the Constitutional Commission, and will put forward its own electoral timetable in parliament.

19 Mar 2004 description

Aid boycott worsens despite IMF talks

12 Dec 2003 description

UN Appeal for transition to recovery

07 Oct 2003 description

Routine immunisation programme planned

06 Aug 2003 description

Debate over timing of next elections

03 Jul 2003 description

Consultations over election date

05 Jun 2003 description

MPLA ready for elections next year