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Report: Assessment of the political-security situation in Mozambique (March 28, 2019)
The historic antagonism between Frelimo and Renamo shaped the political and security situation in Mozambique. It is a key element to assess the security context in the country. In addition, more recent players are continuously challenging the efforts to establish and maintain social peace and security. This report gives a comprehensive and mapped analysis of the security situation in Mozambique (as of March 28, 2019).

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Sudan: The last revolution?
Many demonstrations have been taking place for several weeks now against Omar al-Bashir’s Sudanese regime. The demonstrators, who first took the streets to protest against the high cost of living after a hike in the price of bread, are now calling for the resignation of President al-Bashir. They are supported by the Umma Party, the main opposition party. Is Sudan engaged in the revolution that will bring down Omar al-Bashir (in power since 1993)? What future does this prospect open for the country?

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2019: what elections to follow in Africa?
2019 will be a busy year for the African continent politically. Among other key topics that will retain the attention of our observers and analysts, Stake Experts is compiling a list of elections to be followed on the continent during the year.

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Madagascar must be alert to a potential crisis, at the end of the current presidential elections

In Madagascar, while the actual political context differs from that of the crisis and violence recorded in 2009, challenges and actors remain the same as then; the people’s expectations also it seems. The results of the first round of the presidential elections held last month augur a continuity of the 2009 crisis and thus calls for vigilance.

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