Frelimo Wins Two-Thirds Majority in Mozambique's Disputed Polls

Mozambique's President Filipe Nyusi has been re-elected after a landslide victory, official results have confirmed. The elections took place earlier this month and Sunday's announcement revealed that Nyusi won with 73% of the vote. Frelimo won 184 seats, with Renamo securing 60 seats and the MDM party getting the remaining six in the National Assembly. Voter turnout was at 51%, according to the electoral commission.

Mozambique ruling party Frelimo supporters (file photo).


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