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Julgamento continua sem a participação da imprensa | Rede Angola


Julgamento continua sem a participação da imprensa | Rede Angola: The trial took off at 11 am on the 14th section of the Provincial Court of Luanda, in Benfica, and while reading stage of the order for prosecution, the indictment and statements of the prosecution and complaints of the defense lawyers, journalists were normally work inside the courtroom, including collecting imagens.Os defendants entered motivated applause of those present, some of them were barefoot and others with slippers, causing embarrassment to the jury, who had to leave the cal�arem shoes . When the activists responded in unison, "since we were not arrested on the shoes they have been assigned."The activist Benedito Jeremiah came in with a shirt that read "No dictatorship prevent the advancement of a society forever," in another shirt read "Recluse Z� Du". "It will happen that Jose Eduardo [President] decide . Everything here is a theater, we know and know well how [the trial]. For more arguments that esgrimam here and it gets more difficult to prove this masquerade, where so decided we will be condemned. And we're mentalized for conviction, "Luaty Beir�o said in exclusive statements to Lusa, during the break of the trial.

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