Mozambique Opposition Rejects Poll Results as Nyusi Takes Lead
Mozambique's main opposition party has called for the October 15 election to be annulled, accusing the government of breaching a peace deal by using violence and intimidation on voting day. Partial results from the polls show President Filipe Nyusi and his ruling Frelimo party headed for a major victory but the poll was marred by claims of fraud and irregularities.
Renamo Asks Court to Annul Nacala Results
AIM, 20 October 2019
Mozambique's main opposition party, Renamo, has asked the court in the northern port city of Nacala to annul the results of last Tuesday's general and provincial elections in… Read more »
President Filipe Nyusi.
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