Interview with Armando Guebuza - President of Mozambique

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BBC | 11 August 2014

Interview with Armando Guebuza - President of Mozambique

Peace and security was one of the topics discussed at the US-Africa summit in Washington. Mozambique is one African country that suffered a long and brutal civil war - it ended more than 20 years ago when the ruling Frelimo party signed an accord with the rebel Renamo movement. But now Renamo guerrillas have gone back into the bush. Zeinab Badawi speaks to Armando Guebuza, president of Mozambique. Is his country in danger of slipping back into conflict?

Interview with Armando Guebuza on HARDtalk from GRAIN on Vimeo.

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  1. Simiao Neves
    20 Aug 2014

    I am very impressed with the interview and give my two thumbs up to HardTalk. Honestly speaking President Armando Guebuza has done a very good job during his two mandates that very few presidents could do - development is picking up in rural areas and more people are getting rid of poverty and the country is becoming more and more attractive. Lets not forget that our country is today well known to the world partly because of the successful government and management by this President. The mozambican will miss him shortly after he leaves office.

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