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Mozambique

Mr Joaquim Chissano

Date of Birth: 22/10/1939
Place of Birth: Malehice, Chibuto district


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Pan-Africanism meets market economics

But Guebuza will be less tolerant, less concerned about the opposition, and obstructive towards moderates, younger activists in Frente de Libertação de Moçambique (Frelimo), and those favoured by ex-President Joaquim Chissano...


Guebuza's day

President-elect Armando Emilio Guebuza, poised to succeed Joaquim Chissano after the elections on 2-3 December, quickly lived up to his hard-line reputation by stamping his mark on a remarkable victory for the governing Frente de Libertação de Moçambique (Frelimo)...


Rebirth pains

Some had hoped that Mozambique's President Joaquim Chissano could continue chairing the AU itself for a second year, although he will cease to be head of state at the end of this year...


Ten years after

In Mozambique, President Joaquim Chissano's designated successor, Armando Guebuza, faces election in December, promising action against corruption, a campaign which will help dispose of some awkward opponents...


Tension at the top

Greatly strengthened by November's local elections (AC Vol 44 No 24), the Secretary General of Frente de Libertaçao de Moçambique (Frelimo), Armando Guebuza, is preparing to purge the party of some of incumbent President Joaquim Chissano's business associates...


Urban guerrillas

As it plots a path beyond President Joaquim Chissano's retirement at 2004's general elections, the ruling Frente de Libertação de Moçambique has emerged from November's local elections looking rather more vulnerable than it had hoped...


Yala's unlamented end

Mozambican President and African Union head Joaquim Chissano said he was not surprised, noting the steady political deterioration...


Peacekeepers and peers

The incoming AU Chairperson, President Joaquim Chissano, sounded serious when he claimed that consensus had been reached that peace and stability were basic conditions for Africa's development, and again when he repeated Mbeki's call for all members to ratify the Council...


Leaving the door open

President Joaquim Chissano attempted to leave the door open but compounded the doubts by adding, 'We are going to wait and see if there is any change in that country by the 10 July'...


Guebuza blues

With the December 2004 elections now in sight and President Joaquim Chissano stepping down after 18 years in power, the long-running battle for power in the ruling Frente de Libertação de Moçambique (Frelimo) party is rising to the forefront...


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