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Renamo is to blame for the current impasse in the Mozambican peace process, president Filipe Nyusi said in his state of the nation address to parliament on Wednesday - saying the opposition party is expecting him “to do the impossible”.

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The passing this week of the undisputed leader of Mozambique’s political opposition for almost four decades leaves the country’s precarious political settlement on a knife-edge, with no obvious successor waiting in the wings. However, if Renamo takes the [...]

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The President of Mozambique and the leader of opposition party Renamo, yesterday announced their nominations to two working groups to discuss Renamo’s demand for political decentralisation and de-partizanisation of the armed forces, ahead of an expected restart [...]

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A lack of trust between the government and Renamo delegations is to blame for the lack of consensus so far in peace talks between the two sides, according to the head of the Renamo delegation, speaking in Maputo on Tuesday.

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The Mozambique government needs more time to study a proposal presented by the group of international mediators in the country’s peace talks, that could open the way for opposition Renamo to govern areas of the country even before the next local and national elections take place. The [...]

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Mozambique government and opposition negotiators remain deadlocked on a temporary suspension of hostilities that would allow the international mediators to visit opposition leader Afonso Dhlakama in his hideout in central Mozambique – with discussions instead moving to the next points on the [...]

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