The contemporary political history of the Union of Comoros
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- French are not Worried
- From the Indian Ocean Newsletter, Politics; 4
February 1995. Entry visa requirements to counter Jeunesse
Comorienne and Union des Jeunesses Revolutionnaires des
Comores troubles French nationals in Moroni.
- Comoros Democratic Front Spliter Group
Creates New Party
- By Ali Moindjie, PANA Correspondent, 25 July 2000. A
splinter group of the Comorian Democratic Front has finally
transformed itself into a new political party known as the
Movement for Socialism and Democracy or MSD.
- La privatisation n'a pas produit de
- By Ali Moindjie, Panafrican News Agency, Analysis, 30
September 2000. La CEE estime ne pas pouvoir envisager
de baisser le prix de l'électricité tant que
la fraude n'aura pas été maîtrisée.
Pour leur part, de plus en plus de cadres comoriens
s'insurgent contre la privatisation qui a sacrifié
les intérêts nationaux.
- Government, Opposition Close to Political
- Panafrican News Agency, 24 December 2000. The government
and opposition in Comoro are said to be close to an
agreement that could involve power-sharing and a reduction
of political tension in the country. Debates on the
constitution of the
New Comorian Ensemble within a
joint institution comprising government and opposition
- Opposition Withdraws From Framework
- Panafrican News Agency (Dakar), 14 March 2001. The
Comorian opposition suspends its involvement in the 17
February framework agreement. It argued that the follow-up
committee must include representatives from Moroni and
Anjouan as well as opponents to the two governments.
- BBC Country Profile, 9 May 2001. A brief collection
of facts accompanied with a map.
- Political Crisis in Comoro Worries
- By Joachim Mwalongo, TOMRIC Agency (Dar es Salaam), 16
May 2001. The endless and escalating political crisis in
Comoro will send refugees fleeing to Tanzania. The
political crisis started in 1997 with the cessation of the
Island of Anjuan, followed by a military coup d'etat on
the main Comoro Island (Grande Comoros).