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DEMOCRACY AND GOVERNANCE

In 1990 Mozambique adopted a democratic constitution and has, since 1994, been conducting regular multiparty presidential and legislative elections. However, conducting regular elections is only one aspect of democratic consolidation. Other necessary conditions include active citizen participation, political party competition, accountability, protection of civil liberties and the fair and equal application of the rule of law.

 

CPGD’s research on democracy and governance seeks to analyse the different dimensions that measure the quality of democratic performance in Mozambique. We also seek to conduct research on governance trends in the country, not only focused on the efficiency and effectiveness of state institutions but also going beyond government to include all relevant actors such as private sector, donors and civil society, involved in building and contributing to a capable and effective state and citizenry.

Projects

Publications

        Shenga, C. (2019)

        Shenga, C. and Howe, L. (2018)

        Shenga, C. (2018)

        National Democratic Institute (NDI) and Centre for Research on Governance and Development (CPGD), 2018

        National Democratic Institute (NDI) and Centre for Research on Governance and Development (CPGD), 2018

       Shenga, C. (2016)

       Shenga, C., Muendane, E. And Pedro, C (2013)

       Shenga, C., Pedro, C. and Muendane, E. (2013) 

       Shenga, C. (2013)