The President of the Republic, Filipe Nyusi, noted in the US city of New York, the existence of instability focuses on Mozambique, but assured that the country is stable."Politically the country is stable, despite threats of outbreaks, and it is destabilizing and violent a little economic development," said the Head of State, speaking at a meeting held Saturday with the resident Mozambican community in the United States of America (USA) and Canada.Nyusi alluded to incidents in the past two weeks, the central province of Manica, the last one on Friday and that led to the deaths of at least 20 people, according to the latest news advanced by Radio Mozambique (RM), the national public broadcaster.Of this number, 19 are armed men guard Afonso Dhlakama, leader of Renamo, the main opposition party in Mozambique, which insists on illegally maintaining an armed wing. The clashes, according to the source, occurred shortly after the Renamo men have shot dead a motorist of a semicolectivo carriage of passengers by Amatongas in Gondola district. Six other people who were in semicolectivo were injured, including a child.The Guebuza said that outbreaks of instability are due to the fact that there are some people who still have doubts about the transparency of the last elections, in spite of having been considered free and fair by the international community, including African organizations, US, European and Mozambican who participated and observed the election.The political parties themselves and journalists have also observed the electoral process, without any hindrance, from beginning to end.So Nyusi said, "the ultimate weapon is dialogue. We are engaged in dialogue ... we have to create more trust between us, "he said, adding that" we expect at any time exceed this episode. "
"The greatest enemy that Mozambique is poverty," he said.The President also addressed the current economic situation in the country, and said he believed that Mozambique could register a growth in the order of seven percent, the similarity of recent years.This extender in perspective remains despite the rains that occurred earlier this year and caused considerable damage in many infrastructures, particularly in Mocuba, in the central province of Zambezia.Another equally important factor is the drop in raw material prices in the international market, such as coal, exacerbated by the strong growth of some economies.Nyusi presented the five-year program of the Government that was based on auscultation of the problems facing the Mozambican population.Enrolled him successes achieved by Mozambique in recent years and who were integrated into the Millennium Development Goals (ODM's), such as gender parity in primary education, universal access to education and infant mortality.In turn, the president of the Mozambican community resident in the United States, Olavio Langa, announced that it held since July 2014 a campaign for the collection of basic school supplies to help disadvantaged children in Mozambique."We call on Your Excellency help to exercise flexibility for the routing of this material for Mozambique", he said.
The community took the opportunity to present their concerns, such as difficulties in obtaining identity cards and biometric passports, abolition of entry visas to children under Mozambican parents, qualification of the Americas as constituency facilitation of citizens on their return the parents, particularly when transporting their goods, and clarification from the government on dual nationality.Minutes before the end of the dinner, it was interesting and gratifying to see the President personally move from table to table, interacting with all present to hear their concerns and suggestions.On Saturday morning, Nyusi held several meetings, including with the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-Noon, his counterpart in Vietnam, Troung Tan Sang, among others.