Angola's ruling party has claimed victory in the oil-rich nation's chaotic landmark election despite opposition attempts to have the result cancelled.
With nearly 55% of the ballots counted, Angola's ruling MPLA seemed headed for a massive victory in the first parliamentary elections in 16 years.
The leader of Angola's largest opposition party said on Sunday he was contesting the results of the country's parliamentary election.
The leader of Angola's largest opposition party said on Monday people had been forced to vote against their wishes in the parliamentary elections.
Angola's ruling MPLA on Monday savoured an overwhelming victory in the country's first peacetime election, even with some votes still to be counted.
Angola opposition party Unita acknowledged defeat in last week's election, as the ruling MPLA savoured an overwhelming win.
Angolan President José Eduardo dos Santos's MPLA party scored a landslide parliamentary election victory on Wednesday with nearly 82% of the vote.
Six years after the end of a devastating civil war, polls in oil-rich Angola have cemented peace, legitimising its democracy.
Angola opposition Unita on Friday contested at court elections in the capital, Luanda, where chaos resulted in a second day of voting last week.
Angola's electoral commission late on Tuesday reported the final results of this month's legislative elections.