SADC Declares Moz Elections ‘Free and Fair’

Mozambique’s 2014 elections were generally ‘peaceful, transparent, free and fair and credible’, says SEOM

According to the Southern African Development Community (SADC) electoral observer mission (SEOM) deployed to monitor Mozambican elections, that country’s 2014 elections were generally ‘peaceful, transparent, free and fair and credible’.

SADC observer mission head and South Africa’s International Relations Minister, Maite Nkoana-Mashabane says, “There are some best practices which the SEOM noted during the electoral process.”

Nkoana-Mashabane further says that it is “Important to underscore that despite concerns raised, their observation is that these concerns were not of such a nature as to affect the overall credibility of the electoral process”.

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Source: 
SABC News

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