Party of the United Struggle for Africans in Angola

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Party of the United Struggle for Africans in Angola (in Portuguese: Partido da Luta Unida dos Africanos de Angola; abbreviated: PLUA) is the first political party in Angola to advocate Angolan independence from Portugal, campaigning from its founding in 1953 until it merged with the Angolan Communist Party (PCA) to form the People's Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA) in December 1956.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Africa Year Book and Who's who, 1977. Page 238.
  2. ^ Tvedten, Inge. Angola: Struggle for Peace and Reconstruction, 1997. Page 29.