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Research Report

Mozambique:: Prospects for a Lasting Peace?

Sanusha Naidu
Copyright Date: Nov. 1, 2001
Published by: Clingendael Institute
Pages: 33
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https://www.jstor.org/stable/resrep05495

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    Mozambique is perhaps the most successful story in the Southern African (apart from South Africa) region in terms of its recent political and economic transformation. Since the signing of the General Peace Accord in Rome, 1992, Mozambique has recorded phenomenal economic growth rates. This has enabled the country to make the 'A-list' of the World Bank, International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the United Nations (UN) in becoming a blueprint for countries in Southern Africa on the path of post- war reconstruction.

    The road to multiparty democracy in Mozambique began in 1992 with the signing of a peace accord between the...