How is Angola governed?
It is a Communist State closely aligned with China economically since the collapse of the Soviet Union.
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Angola is run under the constitution of 1975 as amended. After many years of one-party Marxist rule, Angola is now a struggling multiparty democracy. Its executive branch is h…eaded by the president, popularly elected for a five-year term, who serves as both chief of state and head of government. The prime minister and council of ministers are appointed by the president. Angola has a unicameral 220-seat National Assembly, whose members are elected by proportional vote for four-year terms, and a judicial branch with a supreme court. Administratively, the country is divided into 18 provinces.
Angola has a Presidential Republic,
Angola is in Africa below Congo and right next to Zambia.
No. There is an offshore area in the Atlantic that Angola claims as its coastal waters, and articles relating to the discovery of oil off Angola's coast sometimes use the term… Angola sea. In this application, it is used just to denote the Angola territorial waters. That's with the small "s" in sea. It is not "Angola Sea" as is being asked here. There is no Angola Sea as such. The coastal waters of Angola are part of the South Atlantic Ocean.
Formerly a Portugese Colony it became an independent Republic on 11th Novermber 1975. The Constitution provides for a directly elected Executive President for a 5 year term. T…he President appoints a Council of Ministers to assist him and a 220 member National Assermbly is elected every four years.
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The Bantu are the dominant ethnic group in Angola divided (often widely) into nine different tribal units with changing allegiances and each claiming soverignty over specific …areas and political arenas within the Nation.
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Portugal created a colony to exploit the wealth of Africa.
The Republic of Angola is in southwestern Africa. Its borders are the Atlantic Ocean to the west, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC, formerly Zaire) to the north and e…ast, and to the south is Namibia. A small, isolated region belonging to Angola called the territory of Cabinda is north of the mouth of the Congo River and is separated from the rest of Angola by a small strip of territory belonging to the DRC.