Editorial May


 Ensuring PEACE in Mozambique

It depends on each one of us!


How much is happening in Mozambique about the PEACE Process is predictable due to different historical, cultural and current socio-economic situations. To continue in war, would be a general failure, a reciprocal slaughter without any benefit. It could not be continued for a long time and the conclusion of the PEACE process will benefit everyone, whether those in power or those who are fighting for a more authentic and stable Democracy.


Here are the expressions of the Great Presidents:

President Afonso Dhlakama announced on Thursday, May 4, the extension of the military truce between the government and RENAMO forces, for an indefinite period. "Today I am to announce the extension of the truce. But today there is a novelty, because the truce will be different from those truces that I could already announce. I am now announcing the truce without deadline, "President Afonso Dhlakama told reporters from the Gorongosa mountain range. As President Dhlakama himself said, the "unlimited truce is a novelty that the Mozambican people longed for."


President Nyusi believes that Mozambique is on the right path to peace, the head of state announced in an Easter message. "This celebration comes at a time when Mozambican society is striding forward towards the establishment of consensuses conducive to a harmonious and harmonious coexistence resulting from the ongoing dialogue for effective peace." He appeals to faith in a "radiant future, even in times when our ways are winding or our capacities are not at their best" ... "United in difference, but in the same purpose, we can, with much work, build a country Of well-being for all, "concludes the President.


Those committed by PEACE, so now are the two together, which will determine a radical change in the country's socio-economic situation.

Thousands of villagers, who were deserted following the political-military conflict between the Mozambican government and Renamo, began to return to their origins in central Manica and Sofala, giving credit at the end of hostilities.

What about us? Can we be merely spectators in this process? If this is so, we are weak, we would be members of a childish people who always expect the solution of conflicts from the Great.

We must remember, that they, even with the best expressions in the world, are always political and, as such, they will always have to commit political attitudes, that is, of attitudes appropriate to the moment, not forgetting, perhaps without clear conscience, the Determinant of POWER. They can not be free from this ... and history will one day tell the full truth about the current facts.

AND, WE? We must be actors in this process, revitalizing the strengths of our Institution: Community education in an integrated way and specific support for the engagement of rural socio-economic growth.

Above all, delegations that have suffered the horrors of the armed struggle, such as Manica and Sofala, should prepare and present proposals for concrete programs for each community that reinstalls in their homelands. We are going back to the origins of our Institution, but that's it!

Their life must begin again from zero, from the social cohesion of the community, from the acceptance of old ancestral values, from dedication to productive land, from the resumption of education and health, from active participation in Governance (!), Without falling behind Of other communities that only heard of war.

I hope there is a strong contribution on this from everyone!


The last of the Society is our Priority!







 Kind Regards

Domenico Liuzzi

Kulima's National Director

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