Mozambique: Election archive
2014 President, Assembly of the Republic & Provincial Assemblies Elections
2014 Election calendar
Voter registration: 30 Jan-14 Apr
Expatriate registration: 1-30 Mar
Candidate nomination: 19 Apr - 21 Jul
Campaign: 31 Aug - 12 Oct
No campaigning: 13-14 Octr
Election day: 15 Oct
- EOM Report
- Preliminary Statement: Portuguese · English
- Joint Statement with The Carter Center: Portuguese · English
- Short term observers arrival statement: Portuguese · English
- Pre-election assessment mission: Arrival Statement · Report
Election observer missions & Statements
African Union Election Observation Mission:
Comunidade dos Países de Língua Portuguesa: Declaração Preliminar, 17 October 2014
The Carter Center:
- Preliminary statement
- Press statement Portuguese · English, 17 Oct 2014
- EOM Launch statement: Portuguese · English, 10 Oct 2014
2009 President, Assembly of the Republic & Provincial Assemblies Elections
Observer Mission Report [PDF document]
Interim Statement | Declaração Preliminar
Observer Mission launch statement
Alan Wall 2010 "Mozambique" IN Astrid Evrensel (ed) Voter Registration in Africa: A Comparative Analysis [PDF document], EISA, 212-244.
Election observer missions
Presidential election candidates
Party candidate lists for Assembly of the Republic election
Voter registration and Assembly of the Republic seat allocation
2008 local government elections
Results validation: Constitutional Council confirmed the results on 16 Jan 2009, except for Milange where it allocated one less seat to FRELIMO and one more to UNAMO.
Results announcement: National Election Commission must announce official results by 4 Dec 2008.
Parallel counts: Radio Moçambique, Electoral Observatory
Election day: 19 Nov 2008.
Official campaign period: 4-16 Nov 2008, inclusive.
Candidate nomination: Closes 5 Sept 2008.
Voters' roll inspection: 18-20 Mar 2008, at district STAE office.
Voter registration: Three drives: 24 Sep-15 Dec 2007; 15 Jan-15 Mar 2008; 6 Jul-4 Aug 2008. Aproximately 9 million people registered, about 88% of the estimated 10.2 million people eligible.
Final results [PDF document].
Mozambican Electoral Observatory/EISA Parallel Vote Tabulation [PDF document]
Mozambique Political Process Bulletin Local Election Bulletin 1, 5 November 2008, Candidates for mayor (presidente) and parties
2004 Presidential & Assembly of the Republic elections
Mozambique Election Updates 2004
HANLON, J & FOX S 2006 "Identifying Fraud In Democratic Elections: A Case Study Of The 2004 Presidential Elections In Mozambique", crisis states research centre, [www] http://www.crisisstates.com/download/wp/wpSeries2/wp8.2.pdf [PDF document, opens new window] (accessed 4 Mar 2010).
2003 Local Government elections
CARTER CENTER 2004 Final Report: Observing the 2003 Mozambique Municipal Elections, [www] http://www.cartercenter.org/documents/1645.pdf [PDF document, opens new window] (accessed 4 Mar 2010).
COMMONWEALTH EXPERT TEAM 2003 Mozambique Local Elections 19 November 2003: Report, [www] http://www.thecommonwealth.org/shared_asp_files/uploadedfiles/ %7B04C242D4-E037-4736-BF97-AE11AE1979A4%7D_MOZAMBLOCAL_16%20JAN041.pdf [PDF document, opens new window] (accessed 4 Mar 2010).
EUROPEAN UNION 2003 Mozambique Municipal Elections 19 November 2003 : EU Election Observation Mission Final Report, [www] http://www.kas.de/upload/auslandshomepages/election-moza_final-report.pdf. [PDF document, opens new window] (accessed 4 Mar 2010).
1999 Presidential & Assembly of the Republic
CARTER CENTER 2000 Final Report: Observing the 1999 Elections in Mozambique, [www] http://www.cartercenter.org/documents/280.pdf [PDF document, opens new window] (accessed 4 Mar 2010).