Much left to be done - Minister
Angola, Huambo - The Angolan minister of Urbanisatin and Construction, Fernando Fonseca, said Wednesday in central Huambo province that the Angolan Government is fully aware that there is still much to be done toward improving the living of the population. "The Angolan Government does not work for today, but for the present and future. However, we thank you for your great effort, since it is known that there is still a lot to be done and only with its continuity will it be possible to strengthen these actions," he said.The was speaking after the opening of the Huambo/Bié road. Fernando Fonseca highlighted that the opening of that road will encourage actions to combat social and health difficulties, provide assistance to people and improve the conditions of local administrations. According to the minister, "the Government recognises that there is a leader who is capable of carrying out any work that has already been done and that there is still a lot to be done for the well-being of the Angolan people," he said in an allusion to the head of State José Eduardo dos Santos. "We will continue to work to ensure the right vote for the continuity of our Government, so that we can share our wealth, because that is what the Government is for," the minister stressed. "Besides the inauguration of these road sections in the province of Huambo, we also had the opportunity to inaugurate this morning some roads in the province of Bié, which constitutes investments made by our Government to improve the living of the populations, in agriculture, trade, support for administration of the State", he said . Fernando Fonseca also thanked for the work undertaken by the demining teams that allowed the rehabilitation and construction of roads in the country, in general, and of the section Huambo/Bié one in particular.