Mozambique: Constitutional Change: The Only Hope for Peace?

Prior to an apparent assassination attempt against Dhlakama on 12 September, Renamo submitted a proposal to amend the constitution to parliament, which included a clause stating that provincial assemblies should propose their provinces’ respective governors, as well as changes to the definition of “provincial authorities.” The new clauses also include a redefinition of “local authority power” that based on its new wording “does not affect the integrity of the state.” The proposed changes follow…

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