Tuesday, October 19, 2010

AFRICA: ANGOLA: CARDINAL SPEAKS ON MORAL VALUES

All Africa report: The Cardinal Dom Alexandre do Nascimento said Friday in Luanda, to feel happy by noting some progress around the rescue of the moral and civic values within the youth, appealing to legal entities in order to continue on the path of awareness.
The prelate expressed this sentiment when reacting to the speech delivered Friday by the head of State, José Eduardo dos Santos, in the solemn opening session of the third year of the second legislature of the National Assembly, who called for the urgent need to restore moral and ethical values.
Although some young people still insist on indecent acts that tarnish the society, said the cardinal, noting that lately, there has been some progress in terms of behaviour change within the youth who have had difficult times. "
"It is part of tradition Angolan young people to respect their elders and sacrifice themselves for the most needy," stressed Alexandre, who reaffirmed the need for society to fight for the rescue of lost values

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