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Angola's Near-Term Crisis Management, Long-Term Challenge

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  • Angolan President Joao Lourenco has slowed the decline in oil output but is struggling to create a new order.
  • The corruption crackdown is getting more divisive as it spreads to the president's inner circle.
  • Lourenco will aim to heal divisions before the party congress and elections in 2022.

The Issue

Elections, Policy and Regulation, Resource Access, Macroeconomics
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