Bargaining for Peace

Bargaining for Peace

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Gastrow describes the initiatives and events that led to the signing of the accord, exploring in particular the important roles played by religious groups and the business community.At the end of the meeting Guebuza announced that the government accepted the proposals in the mediatorsa#39; letter of ... To meet the October 1 target date, the format for the negotiations would have to change: Chissano and Dhlakama would have to be involved in preparing solutions at least on the police, on the security service, and on RENAMOa#39;s desire for power sharing in the civilian administration.

Title:Bargaining for Peace
Author: Peter Gastrow
Publisher:US Institute of Peace Press - 1995

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