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Angola State Power
Angola gained its independence in 1975 after a long bitter anti colonial liberation struggle against its colonial master Portugal. However on gaining independence on 11th November 1975 a civil war broke out involving the three liberation movements namely MPLA, led by Dr Agustinho Neto, UNITA led by Jonas Savimbi and the FNLA led by Holden Roberto the oldest political party in Angola.
The war ended by the military defeat of UNITA and the death of its leader Jonas Savimbi. The end of the civil war saw the MPLA being the most powerful Political Party and also the only National political party. The monopoly of Power of the MPLA resulted in the establishment of a culturally defined Political, Economic, Military elites who have come to dominate all facets of Angolan State institutions and life.