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African National Congress (ANC)
Titre: African National Congress (ANC)
Auteur(s): African National Congress
Résumé: The ANC is a national liberation movement. It was formed in 1912 to unite the African people and spearhead the struggle for fundamental political, social and economic change. For nine decades the ANC has led the struggle against racism and oppression, organising mass resistance, mobilising the international community and taking up the armed struggle against apartheid. The ANC achieved a decisive democratic breakthrough in the 1994 elections, where it was given a firm mandate to negotiate a new democratic Constitution for South Africa. The new Constitution was adopted in 1996. [...]
The ANC's key objective is the creation of a united, non-racial, non-sexist and democratic society. This means the liberation of Africans in particular and black people in general from political and economic bondage. It means uplifting the quality of life of all South Africans, especially the poor. The struggle to achieve this objective is called the National Democratic Revolution. [according to site editor's information]
Mots-clés: parti politique; Afrique du Sud
Pays: République d’Afrique du Sud
Sujet(s): Politique » Politique intérieure
Types de source: Organisations et partis politiques
Langue(s): anglais
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