Abel Chivukuvuku


Abel Epalanga Chivukuvuku (given birth to November 11, 1957) can be an Angolan politician and innovator of the Large Convergence for the Salvation of Angola electoral alliance (CASA-CE). Previously, like a long-time person in the Country wide Union for the full total Self-reliance of Angola (UNITA), he offered as the principle of UNITA’s Parliament from Oct 1998 to Sept 2000. Margarida Chivukuvuku, wife of Pedro Chivukuvuku, gave delivery to Abel in Luvemba, Huambo Province in 1957. His parents enrolled him in Dondi Objective, Bela Vista primary college and Huambo Country wide Secondary College. He became a member of UNITA in 1974 and its own equipped wing, the MILITARY from the Liberation of Angola, in 1976. Chivukuvuku became UNITA’s representative to the others of Africa in 1979. He later on offered as Angola’s representative to Portugal and the uk. He came back to Angola and went in the 1992 parliamentary elections. He suffered wounds in the ensuing Halloween Massacre. MPLA law enforcement arrested him, keeping him until 1997. He didn’t take edges in UNITA’s factional disputes in the 1990s and his fellow parliamentarians elected him Main of UNITA’s Parliament in Oct 1998. He offered until Sept 2000. Later, from 2004, he offered as an associate from the Pan-African Parliament from Angola. In 2012, Chivukuvuku still left UNITA and founded the Comprehensive Convergence for the Salvation of Angola electoral alliance (CASA-CE), which became one of many contenders in the 2012 legislative election, winning 6% from the votes.

See also

List of users from the Pan-African Parliament