Aug. 23 (Bloomberg) -- Angola’s electoral commission meets to discuss complaints by opposition parties about conditions for general elections on Aug. 31.
The vote for parliament will be the nation’s second since the end of a 27-year civil war in 2002 and the first in two decades that may produce a new president.
(All events listed are for sub-Saharan Africa excluding South Africa and all times are Central African Time.)
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