Local Elections to Test Progress of Peace in Mozambique

Mozambique holds local elections on October 10 in a vote that could test progress in the country's peace talks after a largely peaceful campaign although there have been a handful of violent incidents. The main opposition Renamo party, which has maintained an armed wing since the end of the country's civil war, is running in the municipal polls for the first time in 10 years.

  • Mozambique:   Tete Violence Mars End of Election Campaign

    Mozambique News Reports And Clippings, 9 October 2018

    A violent confrontation between Frelimo and Renamo caravans and a violent police raid on the Renamo headquarters brought the campaign to an end in Tete. Twelve Renamo members… Read more »

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