PAIGCPartido Africano para a Independência da Guiné e Cabo Verde (Spanish: African Party for the Independence of Guinea-Bissau and Cape Verde)
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Na Guine-Bissau, o tema da emancipacao feminina se destacou, pelo menos em termos discursivos, como uma das prioridades das politicas sociais do governo posindependencia, o que refletiu, de certo modo, na continuidade de uma das diretrizes do PAIGC no periodo da libertacao, nao se tratando de uma politica de concessao do governo.
Commissioned by the Algerian National Office for Trade and the Film Industry (ONCIC), Maldoror's film was intended to document the struggle of the PAIGC against Portuguese colonialism.
Early this month, Dja was suspended from his post as the third vice-chairman of PAIGC by the party's disciplinary committee for undermining the party's chairman, Simoes Pereira.
Em 5 de julho de 1975, era proclamada a independencia de Cabo Verde, sob a egide do PAIGC, como partido binacional, dirigente do Estado e da Sociedade em Cabo Verde e na Guine-Bissau (FERNANDES, 2007, p.
Though Amilcar Cabral had been murdered, PAIGC had declared Guinea Bissau independent.
By 1972, the PAIGC controlled much of Portuguese Guinea despite the presence of the Portuguese troops, but the organization did not attempt to disrupt Portuguese control in Cape Verde.
Although a founding father of the PAIGC he was, after all, only Amilcar Cabral's kid brother and never played a prominent military role.
MATEUS, Dalila Cabrita: A luta pela Independencia--A formacao das elites fundadoras da Frelimo, MPLA e PAIGC, Editorial Inquerito, 1999.
The MPLA's counterpart in Guinea and Cape Verde was the PAIGC (Partido Africano da Independencia da Guine e Cabo Verde), founded in 1963, and in Mozambique it was FRELIMO (Frente de Libertacao de Mocambique), founded in 1964.
The Afro-Marxism of Frelimo, the MPLA and the PAIGC withered and died in the 1980s .
As for Guinea-Bissau, the 1998-99 conflict is portrayed as domestically rooted in 24 years of PAIGC (partido africano da independencia da guine e cabo verde) autocratic rule, a resource-poor economy, and ethnic-based leadership feuds.
For instance, he returns to a river that borders the Bijago in Guinea-Bissau, and he posits this return with an archival film of Amilcar Cabral, the "soon to be assassinated" revolutionary leader of PAIGC.