The Centre for Democracy and Development organisation (CDD) in Mozambique, has called on the Mozambique National Electoral Commission (CNE) to deliver free and fair elections ahead of Tuesday’s national elections.
Mozambique National Electoral Commission (CNE) believes that the police in the country will deal with any form of violence which may pose threats to the elections.
At the final election rally for Mozambique’s Frelimo party on Saturday , President Filipe Nyusi danced on stage and promised voters his government, if re-elected, would bring stability, security and put an end to corruption.
The Mozambique Election Commission says all voter materials have been dispatched to various regions of the country ahead of the general elections on Tuesday October 15th.
The Commonwealth Observer team is expected to arrive in Mozambique this week to observe the country’s general elections process.