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ELECTION STUDIES

Mozambique is an emerging democracy that can be best classified as an electoral democracy. After adopting a democratic constitution in 1990, the country conducted the first multiparty presidential and legislative elections in 1994. Subsequent regular multiparty elections were held in 1999, 2004, 2009 and 2014, with the next national election scheduled for October 2019. In addition, regular local-municipal elections were held in 1998, 2003, 2008, 2013 and 2018. 

 

While many elections at national and subnational levels have been conducted so far, there is a limitation on robust data and analysis of elections in Mozambique, an evidence gap that CPGD's research aims to fill.

For our research focused specifically on October 2019's national election visit our 2019 Election page.

Projects

Publications

       Shenga, C. and Howe, L. (2019)

       Shenga, C. (2019)

       Shenga, C. (2018)

        Shenga, C. (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. (2018)

        Shenga, C. (2018)

       Shenga, C. (2016)

       Shenga, C. (2013)