Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Mozambique: Opposition Leader calls for A More Independent Parliament

The presidential candidate of the Mozambique Democratic Movement, Daviz Simago, has appealed for a parliament that is more independent of the government. 

The opposition Leader made this call on Friday, in Pemba, capital of the northern province of Cabo Delgado, he believed that the Mozambique parliament, the Assembly of the Republic, should not “be towed along behind the executive”.

 He further promised to cut down on the size of government if elected and demanded an end to “political interference” in the media as it is harmful to the Country.

Meanwhile, former rebel leader of Renamo, Afonso Dhlakama also promised to mechanise agriculture if elected whiles campaigning district, in the western province of Tete, where he promised that, if elected.


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