Mozambique: CNE Will Not Disqualify Mayor of Beira

Oct 18, 2008 Full story: AllAfrica.com

Maputo Mozambique's main opposition party, the former rebel movement Renamo, has bungled its attempt to have the mayor of Beira, Daviz Simango, who was expelled from Renamo in September, disqualified from the ...

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Apocalypse Manja

Nairobi, Kenya

#1 Oct 23, 2008
It is absurd that a person can be expelled from a political party because he appears to be qualified for leadership than his head. What Dhlakama did under the guise of Renamo is a mockery to all peace loving mozambicans. He is proven again that he is'nt that democratic. For us the learned mozambicans RENAMO represents the old regime they were trying to replace. The ruling party has proven to be more tolerent to critism than Renamo. It is my hope that the youngsters will be able to choose the right people irrespective of their political affiliation. RENAMO needs change! It is high time those who were sidelined by DHLAKAMA to come together and rescue this party. We are tired of dictatorship within this party. All mozambican parties should reform to cope up with the global changes otherwise change will change them. Viva O povo moçambicano
Tivane Cedric Phumo

Nairobi, Kenya

#2 Oct 23, 2008
Apocalypse Manja wrote:
It is absurd that a person can be expelled from a political party because he appears to be qualified for leadership than his head. What Dhlakama did under the guise of Renamo is a mockery to all peace loving mozambicans. He is proven again that he is'nt that democratic. For us the learned mozambicans RENAMO represents the old regime they were trying to replace. The ruling party has proven to be more tolerent to critism than Renamo. It is my hope that the youngsters will be able to choose the right people irrespective of their political affiliation. RENAMO needs change! It is high time those who were sidelined by DHLAKAMA to come together and rescue this party. We are tired of dictatorship within this party. All mozambican parties should reform to cope up with the global changes otherwise change will change them. Viva O povo moçambicano
Mr. Apocalypso do not comment on things while on transits. Tackle this problems on your return home. Right
Apocalypse

Nairobi, Kenya

#3 Oct 23, 2008
My dear Tivane, seems not to understand the dynamics of politics. One should comment on issues emotional. You need to all at all things objectively. Africa needs all of us for her to stand firm. We do not need the likes of Dhlakama. We someone accomodative the likes of H.E Emilio Mwai KIBAKI, people who understand Africa. Internal competition is very health.
maria antonia de maluxi

Mozambique

#4 Oct 15, 2010
Here in Mozambique are more worried about that with you can change, like development and leadership, each monkey pulls a banana to your mouth and people who are drowning in misery, misfortune, there is no politics here, what there is to beatings, death,

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