Synonyms for guebuza or Related words with guebuza

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Examples of "guebuza"
Machavela was appointed as Minister of Justice by President Armando Guebuza on February 11, 2005, when Guebuza named his new government shortly after taking office.
and was appointed as Minister of Transport and Communication by President Armando Guebuza on February 3, 2005, when Guebuza named his new government shortly after taking office.
Dai is the brother-in-law of President Armando Guebuza.
Armando Emilio Guebuza Bridge is a bridge in Mozambique that crosses the Zambezi River. It connects the provinces of Sofala and Zambezia. It is named after Armando Guebuza, the President of Mozambique.
She was appointed as Minister of Foreign Affairs by President Armando Guebuza on February 3, 2005, when Guebuza named his new government shortly after taking office. Later that year, she visited José Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission.
In June 1974, Chalker was awarded an Honorary Citizenship from President Guebuza for services to Mozambique.
He was appointed Minister of Transport and Communication by Armando Guebuza on March 11, 2008,
Although Guebuza offered no official reason for Munguambe's dismissal from office,
Armando Emílio Guebuza (born 20 January 1943) is a Mozambican politician who was President of Mozambique from 2005 to 2015.
Prior to the election, Guebuza was heavily favored to win another term, and RENAMO, mired in a bitter feud with Simango and the MDM, was thought to have been seriously weakened since the previous election, held in 2004. On 14 October 2009, 20 minor parties backed Simango's candidacy. The Independent Party of Mozambique (PIMO), another minor party, chose to support Guebuza.
Guebuza, born at Murrupula in Nampula Province, joined the Mozambique Liberation Front (FRELIMO) at the age of 20, shortly after it began Mozambique's war of independence against Portugal. By the time independence was achieved in 1975, Guebuza had become an important general and leader in FRELIMO.
Guebuza was the candidate of FRELIMO for the December 2004 presidential elections, in which he won with 63.7% of the vote. He became president of Mozambique on 2 February 2005 and was re-elected for a second five-year term of office on 28 October 2009. Guebuza is the first man to enter the Mozambican presidency with a non-Marxist party programme and ideology.
President of Mozambique Armando Emilio Guebuza said TV Brasil Internacional would "enrich communication between Brazil and Africa" in his remarks that were recorded prior to the ceremony's occurrence.
Taipo is a member of the Mozambique Liberation Front and was appointed Minister of Labor in 2005 by President Armando Guebuza, and was reappointed after the 2009 election.
Hugo is a member of the Liberation Front of Mozambique. In 2010, she was appointed to the cabinet by President Armando Guebuza as Deputy Minister of Education.
The President was elected using the two-round system. Incumbent President Armando Guebuza was constitutionally barred from seeking a third term.
Presidential and National Assembly elections took place on December 1–2, 2004. FRELIMO candidate Armando Guebuza won with 64% of the popular vote. His opponent, Afonso Dhlakama of RENAMO, received 32% of the popular vote. FRELIMO won 160 seats in Parliament. A coalition of RENAMO and several small parties won the 90 remaining seats. Armando Guebuza was inaugurated as the President of Mozambique on February 2, 2005.
Maputo Private Hospital is a private hospital in Maputo, Mozambique. It cost 38 million US dollars to complete and was inaugurated by Armando Guebuza, the President of Mozambique, in 2012.
On 2 February 2005 Guebuza was sworn in as president of the republic, but without Dhlakama and RENAMO's recognition and presence at the inauguration. RENAMO have, however, agreed to participate in the Parliament and the Council of State.
President of Mozambique Armando Emilio Guebuza visited Denmark in October 2008. During the visit he met Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Queen Margrethe II and Development Minister Ulla Tørnæs