Mozambique Polls Put SADC to the Test

SADC’s election year continues to test the regions ability to handle conflict related to polls

As the Southern African Development Community (SADC) ‘election year’ continues to unfold, the region’s ability to handle conflicts related to polls is once again being put to the test.
 
Malawi and South Africa in May 2014, Mozambique on 15 October 2014 and Botswana on 24 October 2014.
 
Mozambique posed the biggest challenge to SADC, given the country’s violence in 2013 where the poll took place when an uneasy calm had returned to the country after Dhlakama’s party carried out raids on police and military posts and ambushed vehicles along the country’s main north-south highway, threatening two decades of stability after the civil war.
 
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Source: 
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