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2018 & 2019 Elections

Eleições Gerais 2019 General Elections

Frequent newsletters are being pubished about the general elections on 15 October 2019, for President of Mozambique, national parliament, provincial governors and provincial parliaments. Click on the links to the right for local elections newsletters in English or Portuguese.

Eleições Autárquicas 2018 Local Elections

Frequent newsletters were pubished about the elections in 53 muncipalities on 10 October 2018. Click on the links to the right for local elections newsletters in English or Portuguese.

Eleições Nacionais 2014 National Elections

Frequent newsletters were pubished about the national elections which took place 15 October 2014 for President, national parliament, and provincial assemblies. National elections will take place in October 2014. Click on the links to the right for newsletters in English or Portuguese, and for the electoral calendars and laws (in Portuguese).

Eleições Autárquicas 2013 Local Elections

Frequent newsletters were pubished about the elections in 53 muncipalities on 20 November 2013. Click on the links to the right for local elections newsletters in English or Portuguese.

Mozambique Election Results archive

All available data from Mozambican elections from 1999 through to 2014 is in this archive. Election results are in a variety of formats and different levels of detail, for most elections down to polling station (700-1000 voters) level, as published by the National Elections Commission (CNE). In addition there are some Constitutional Council rulings which contain results, some parallel vote tabulations (PVTs), and official lists of polling stations, which follow the official results.

Local media monitoring of Mozambique elections, by Adriano Nuvunga and Joseph Hanlon

Background to the election newsletters. In a system developed in three pairs of municipal and national elections (2003-4, 2008-9, 2013-4), journalists from community radio and other local media, while continuing to work for their own organisation, also report to a national daily newsletter on registration, campaigning, voting and counting. Reports of local violence and misconduct are quickly reported nationally, usually bringing rapid responses. Paper presented at the London School of Economics & Political Science Africa Summit, 31 March 2017.