Angola's two largest anti-government forces are planning to join forces. The National Union for the?
Angola's two largest anti-government forces are planning to join forces. The National Union for the Complete Independence of Angola (UNITA), which claims to control nearly to-third of the former Portuguese colony, and Holden Roberto's Angolan National Liberation Front (FNLA), which is still operating in the north, were rivals for power in the 1975 to 1976 civil war. A spokesman for UNITA, Mr. Tony Fernandez, told Visnews reporter Brendan Farrow on Tuesday (15 May) in London, that the new united front would make Cuba think again about supporting the government of President Antonio Agostinho Neto.