Political campaigning is in full swing in Angola. Parliamentary elections are due to take place at the end of this month will be only the third since the country gained independence from Portugal in 1975. President Jose Eduardo dos Santos has ruled Angola for 32 years making him Africa's second longest-standing leader. The non-governmental organisation, Human Rights Watch, has accused him of suppressing the Angolan media for his political gain. RFI spoke to Sizaltina Cutaia, a human rights activist about how people are accessing impartial information ahead of the elections.