Mozambique: Nyusi Urges Cne Leadership to Be Impartial and Objective

Maputo — Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi on Thursday urged the leadership of the National Elections Commission (CNE) to work with objectivity, impartiality, competence and zeal.

He was speaking at a ceremony in Maputo where he swore into office the chairperson and two deputy chairpersons of the CNE. The chairperson is the Anglican bishop of the Lebombos diocese in southern Mozambique, Carlos Matsinhe, and his two deputies were appointed by the largest political parties – Carlos Cauio by the…

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