FNLA

AcronymDefinition
FNLAFellow of the National Lipid Association (cardiology)
FNLAFrente Nacional para a Libertação de Angola (Portugese: National Front for the Liberation of Angola)
FNLAFrente Nacional de Liberte de Angola (French: National Front for the Liberation of Angola)
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The cultural fault lines that marked the terrain between the MPLA, the FNLA, and UNITA are brought into surprisingly sharp relief in Independencia de Angola, Parte II, the elegant yet neglected documentary made by white Angolan filmmaker Antonio Escudeiro, who was commissioned by the interim Processo Revolucionario em Curso (PREC) (51) government to record for posterity the transition from colony to independent nation, beginning with the Alvor agreements signed in January 1975.
But the UPA, later called the FNLA (Frente Nacional de Libertacao de Angola), (3) failed miserably in its quest to become influential in postcolonial Angola.
E neste ultimo romance que me pretendo deter a fim de analisar a perspectiva que o narrador-crianca oferece ao leitor da guerra civil que dividiu o pais em tres faccoes ideologica e politicamente diferenciadas: MPLA, FNLA e UNITA.
The FNLA party was supported by Zaire to the north.
First, the National Liberation Front of Angola (FNLA) led by Holden Roberto, originally perceived as an ethnic group, eventually moved towards a nonethnic nationalist-conservative position and became the favored group of the United States.
Potugal wasn't doing any too well in Angola either, and after the 1975 victory of the Movimento Popular de Libertacao de Angola, or MPLA in the Angolan civil war in 1975, the rival Frente Nacional de Libertacao de Angola or FNLA, fled to South West Africa, now Namibia.
Depois da assinatura dos acordos de Alvor (1), no dia 15 de janeiro de 1975, entre o governo portugues e os tres movimentos de libertacao angolana--Frente Nacional de Libertacao de Angola (FNLA), Movimento Popular de Libertacao de Angola (MPLA) e Uniao Nacional para Independencia Total de Angola (UNITA)--formou-se um governo de transicao que tomou posse em 31 de janeiro do mesmo ano, composto por representantes dos referidos movimentos e de Portugal.