DTA 1999 Manifesto Namibia

July 2, 2012 at 22:15 Leave a comment

Please click DTA 1999 Manifesto Namibia to open the full version of the document as pdf-file.

DTA OF NAMIBIA ELECTION MANIFESTO 1999 (from the Original document)


Over the past ten years since Namibia achieved its Independence, certain national functions have become burning issues almost our people.
As a result of the continued neglect and deterioration of these functions, namely Education, Health Care and Social Services, the redistribution of land and resettlement of the landless, and the country’s economy, the DTA of Namibia decided to discuss ways and means of improving on the present government’s track record of our party were to be elected in the coming National Assembly and Presidential elections.
What follows is the result of the deliberations on these topics at a Congress of the DTA of Namibia held in Windhoek at the beginning of June 1999.
This is the party’s policy on Education, Health and Social Services, Land and Resettlement and the Economy.
the party’s policy regarding all the other government functions remain unchanged and may be obtained from the party’s Head Office, situated at 28 Trift Street, Windhoek, telephone 238530.


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