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Mozambique

Filipe Jacinto Nyusi

Date of Birth: 09/02/1959
Place of Birth: Cabo Delgado


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Crime still pays

Anger about the police has been building and public expectations of radical action by President Filipe Nyusi's government are high...


Nyusi finds the cupboard bare

President Filipe Nyusi's new era – a decisive break with the policies and personalities of ex-President Armando Guebuza – has begun with an apparent financial disaster...


A farewell to Armando

Ex-President Armando Guebuza has resigned from the presidency of the governing Frente de Libertação de Moçambique (Frelimo) having lost his power struggle with his successor as national President, Filipe Nyusi (AC Vol 56 No 5, A shot at devolution)...


A shot at devolution

Suspicions are growing that the assassination of constitutional lawyer Gilles Cistac by gunmen in Maputo on 3 March is part of a power struggle between ex-President Armando Guebuza and his successor, President Filipe Nyusi...


New cabinet brooms

President Filipe Nyusi's new government, announced on 17 January, marks the expected break with former President Armando Guebuza's legacy and the arrival of a warmer political climate...


New faces, old issues

After he takes office on 15 January and Parliament reconvenes, President Filipe Nyusi is expected to bring many new and younger faces to cabinet as his predecessor Armando Guebuza's allies move on...


Kingpin kidnap chaos

President Filipe Nyusi surely hoped that such a problem would not come up so early in his new job...


Nyusi's rocky road

President Filipe Nyusi, the formally declared victor of October's presidential poll with 57% of the valid votes, has steep hills to climb...


Fraud claims taint Frelimo win

Projections based on early results predicted Frelimo presidential contender Filipe Nyusi would win with 60%, with Resistência Nacional Moçambicana (Renamo) candidate Afonso Dhlakama taking 32%, and the Movimento Democrático de Moçambique's Daviz Simango 8%, according to the Mozambique Political Process Bulletin...


Frelimo braces for impact

All the signs point to victory for Frente de Libertação de Moçambique presidential candidate Filipe Nyusi in the polls on 15 October, but the outcome of the parliamentary contest is much less certain for the party which has ruled since Independence in 1975...

To avoid a tricky second round, Filipe Nyusi must poll more than 50% of the votes: in a run-off, he would face a united anti-Frelimo vote, which is currently split between Afonso Dhlakama's Resistência Nacional Moçambicana (Renamo) and Daviz Simango's Movimento Democrático de Moçambique (MDM)...


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