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Mozambique mediators still searching for common ground between warring parties

The government and Renamo delegations in Mozambique’s peace process are still far from agreement over a proposal submitted by international mediators on devolving power to the provincial level. After the two sides [...]

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Mozambique mediators set homework for two-week adjournment

Negotiators and mediators in Mozambique’s peace talks have agreed that the question of a ceasefire cannot be treated separately but must be linked to the political points in the dispute, the international mediator group said on Friday. In a communiqué handed to journalists in Maputo late on [...]

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Mozambique ruling party to deliberate decentralisation at 3-day conference

The top echelons of Mozambique’s ruling party, Frelimo, will meet in the southern city of Matola this weekend to try to reach a consensus on the question of decentralisation of political power in Mozambique, the party’s Secretary General said [...]

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Mozambique government needs time to analyse power share proposal

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 negotiators consider economic implications of Renamo demands

Mozambique's joint commission, working to find a political solution to the ongoing conflict between the government and opposition group Renamo, will on Thursday hear from an expert witness on the possible economic implications of further decentralisation [...]

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Mozambique peace talks move on without ceasefire agreement

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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Mozambique peace talks to restart amid climate of hostility

Mozambique's government and main opposition party Renamo will today restart peace talks after a three-week break which has seen fighting intensify in various parts of the country, and confrontational rhetoric from both sides. Over the last few days, government forces claimed a major victory [...]

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Cease-fire remains elusive for Mozambique mediators

A six-hour session at Mozambique’s peace talks ended in deadlock on Wednesday, 24 August, despite extending deep into the evening at Maputo’s Hotel Avenida. A joint declaration, shared with media when the talks ended at 22:00 local time, said the talks will now be adjourned until 12 September. [...]

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