M.L.C is a Cabindian political movement, patriotic and nationalist that fights to defend and affirm the right to self-determination and independence of the Cabindan people, opting for dialogue as a viable instrument for the final resolution of the politico-military conflict in Cabinda.


1-Use all peaceful and diplomatic channels, which can help achieve the freedom of the people of Cabinda.

2- Preserve all the fundamental rights of the inhabitants of Cabinda such as: The right to life, to work, to social protection, to health, to education, to land, to water, to housing and to morality, while preserving the habits and customs dismantled by the flow of the presence of foreigners, in particular the regime of occupation and invasion of Angola in Cabinda.

3- Promote democracy and national unity in the State of Cabinda (from Miconje to Yema and from Massabi to Zenze Lucula).

4- Collaborate with national and international bodies without exception, other independent organizations in Cabinda and beyond, which defend peace, justice and tranquility within the population of Cabinda.

5- Promote the mobilization and unity of all children of Cabinda and foreigners who will participate in the process of building the Republic of Cabinda, focusing on local development, the creation of democracy, freedom of expression and the press, guaranteeing security and political stability in the country.

6- Organize the Cabindais citizen to better participate actively in the fight against discrimination, social inequalities, tribalism and respect for mutual difference, without forgetting respect for the traditions of each region of the State of Cabinda.

7- Provide space for international cooperation in the face of the challenges of agreements likely to guarantee the well-being of the people of Cabinda, thus helping to promote the culture of international peoples’ law, democracy, the fight against global terrorism, separatism and racism in the country.


The M.L.C flag is rectangular and horizontal, the length of which is 150 cm and 90 cm wide, divided in two by a yellow bar, the first is red and the second is blue. In the center, we have a large white star and three small yellowish stars that surround the three corners of the larger star.


a) – The color Red, represents the blood of the children of Cabinda;

b) – The color Blue represents the prosperity of a free and independent Cabinda;

c) -The white star, represents the peace of an Independent Cabinda;

d) – The three yellow stars represent the three kingdoms of Cabinda and the richness of their soils;

e) – The yellow bar represents the wealth of the inhabitants of Cabinda in general.


The logo was developed according to the colors and the meaning of the flag itself:

In such a way by representing the characteristics of the Cabindan people.


a) – The Blue Circle, represents the prosperity of the inhabitants of Independent Cabinda;

b) – The White Star, represents the State of Cabinda and the peace of independent Cabinda;

c) – The three little yellow stars represent the three kingdoms and their wealth from Miconje ​​to Yema and from Massabi to Zenze Lucula;

d) – The cogwheels symbolize the struggle and the industries of the Cabindais;

e) – The black color represents the black race and the African continent.


Our struggle for the independence of Cabinda is peacefully centralized, defending the territorial integrity of Cabinda, boldly confronting the Angolan invading state in Cabinda without the use of weapons, no violence, intensifying the dialogue inside Cabinda and taking measures simply advanced in the process of diplomacy at the national and international levels in order to negotiate the problem of Cabinda through a frank, open and complete dialogue with all the forces of Cabinda, civil society and without excluding the Churches that occupy ultimately a very important role in this mission of peace and peaceful resolution of conflicts in the world.

As established in the Treaty of Simulambuco signed on February 1, 1885, where Cabinda became a totally Portuguese protectorate different from Angola, which at the time was an Ultra-Marine province of Portugal.

We recall that Cabinda was invaded in 1974-1975 by the military forces of the MPLA with the support of Cuban and Russian troops and thus made Cabinda an overseas province and a colony of Angola and that it did not has never been an integral part of the Angolan state.

Cabinda has fought for independence from 1963 until today.

Cabinda is not Angola !

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