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  • 01 Jan 2000
  • Commonwealth Observer Group
  • Pages: 46
These Election Reports are the observations, conclusions and recommendations of Commonwealth Observer Groups. The SecretaryGeneral constitutes these observer missions at the request of governments and with the agreement of all significant political...
This chapter traces the trajectory of decentralisation implementation in Mozambique. It covers the circumstances that led to the adoption of decentralisation; the type of decentralisation being pursued, the main area(s) of focus, achievements so far,...
Portuguese traders found the cashew tree highly valued by the Tupi of Brazil for its fruit, juice and nuts. Traders brought cashew to northern Mozambique and India in the sixteenth century, and it was locally adopted and spread in both countries....
Education is a process by which a society prepares its members to guarantee continuity and development. It is a dynamic process, seeking continuously for the best strategies to respond to the new challenges of continuity, transformation and...
The 1999 Assembly and Presidential elections were the first since Mozambique joined the Commonwealth. It was therefore natural that the Commonwealth would wish to observe these elections, only the second multiparty elections in the country's history.
The December 1999 Assembly and Presidential elections were formally announced by President Chissano on 1 September 1999. The previous day the Assembly of the Republic had amended the electoral law, compressing the timetable of the elections so they...
Polling was scheduled to take place on 3 and 4 December. When our teams arrived to observe the opening of polling stations at 7 a.m. on Friday, 3 December they found that at many of the stations queues of voters had formed well in advance. Inside the...
The 1990 Constitution of Mozambique provides for the direct election of an executive president as head of state and government and a single chamber 250-member Assembly of the Republic as the legislature. Elections by direct universal adult suffrage...
Mozambique has been at war for most of the past four decades. In many ways the story of the country's recent history and the key element in terms of political background to the present state of affairs is the transition from war to peace and its...
In accordance with the law the official campaign period lasted from 19 October to 30 November. The law which stipulates that campaigning should end 48 hours before the first day of polling was, so far as we could see, strictly adhered to by all the...
Mozambique did not become a Commonwealth member until November 1995, but, under a special programme of assistance by the Commonwealth, that country received limited technical assistance on electoral matters between 1991 and 1994.
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