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Cub of Mozambique (File) / Afonso Dhlakama and Filipe Nyusi in a meeting in Maputo on February 2015
A press release issued by Renamo, the largest opposition party in Mozambique, on Friday 26, restated its declared position that it would be available for talks with Frelimo only after it had assumed governance in the six provinces where it claims to have won the October 2014 elections.
Renamo is also saying that negotiations with the ruling party would only proceed “if Frelimo accepts mediation”, but without indicating whether the Catholic church or the president of South Africa should mediate, as advocated in October, or some other party.
On Friday, President Filipe Nyusi again expressed his willingness to talk to Renamo “without preconditions”.Source: Voa Portugues
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