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stores people for information. they want to express. on facebook and twitter today didn't touch. this is v.w. news africa coming up in the next 15 minutes a political outside is set to become to museums new president more importantly democracy was also a winner in the election. and that of all this one in mozambique but big some a warning democracy is under attack. then who said african stowed keitai this past weekend kenya is a new kid choking and bring it cost both smashing down dreams and marriage.
hello i'm kristie want to welcome to news africa introducing to news is the new president site the 61 year old law professor overwhelmingly won sunday's election the vote was closely watched because it's only the 2nd democratic election since the country's fault the so-called arab spring site thanked the country's young people for turning a new page and vowed to try to build a new to. no it flowed on the main boulevard in tunis. feel budding democracy. doesn't of side supporters say liberating the men with a say can keep alive the spirits of the 2011 revolution. young people sure they can. news they vote to change the system several political
parties give a lot of money to win the presidency but the people and the young ones who are part of the revolution in 2011 did it again a new revolution this time with a ballot. case side is a low profile conservative low professor he campaigned for a radical decentralization and pledged to build a democracy that all tunisians including the youth can have a say in. yes because we will face up to all the challenges without blood sweat and that will power especially the economic and the social ones because the tunisian people expect solutions in this respect. but he will have to work with the parliament where no party has a clear majority he supporters though are hopeful that the independent outsider can convince and succeed. now we need good down south to
a never election this one in mozambique the ruling party there has never lost a vote since it overthrew portuguese colonial rule 44 years ago but this won't be an easy win for freddie able to increase reports. religious song usually giving things to go but in this campaign version the lyrics have been changed sing the praises of incumbent president felipe in you see and his freely party president is. now damaged and you see. we're voting for president you see on the free my party for the sake of continuity you see kept his promise. he said every district should have a back and a hospital and that's exactly what he delivered. he makes everything better and. 2 they sing in the future we can see in many projects in mozambique. president
knows. the men we can shoes is a. president you see is presenting himself as a peacemaker and august he signed a peace agreement with the former rebel group. that was already the birds peace agreement and once again it is a very fragile one hour journey takes us to go on go in central missouri. this area was devastated by 15 years of civil war which pitted the ruling socialist for a little party against the opposition mozambique a national resistance or renumber party young people here especially hope that the old conflict over ideologies is now coming to an end soon. if we have peace i will have a better chance to graduate because of the conflict i could not study the economy is down and there is no money. but it is always again. this is.
well the situation appears to be calm and peaceful right here there's still some tensions because not far from here up in the hills this is where some members of the armed opposition are hiding. this is very normal stronghold of the parties and some resistance fighters are refusing to accept the peace agreement and want to stop the election it was clear to local politician and mr angeleno during the election campaign that the internal conflict could cost in our move oats but he's optimistic the party will unite and outrun the free in the party i don't normally stop. the police taking it as a different number wins the elections we will change many things socially economically in all of the areas that affect the mozambican people so that they can finally live freely and happily. leave he even went beyond that more. inequality is a huge problem here how for almost beacon's live in poverty. the country is only
slowly recovering from an economic crisis and president you see his government has recently been plagued by several corruption scandals. the election will be closed and for the 1st time in years and uphill struggle for the ruling for the party. or for more insight into this election i'd like to bring in professor. elliptical analyst stance based in my proto welcome to the aid of the africa professor here we said that democracy is and serious attack in what can be quite a you say this democracy it is based in the rule of law so when activists are particularly the. first for muslim because the election are brutally killed. do so when process that there's
a possibility to protect lives and turning the police when the police is used as a missionary to people. that democracy is being attacked because that it takes the place in a context of a much larger election and political violence soon that was they all said that moment over was a. violent election they are who are killing over our colleague and it's just not a relevant. was obviously an attack to the democracy. but there's a lot of people are predicting that the ruling party will win this election with this big good form of them back. for work we are still doing 45 days for camp. i don't think at this point in time.
accurate to say that. we will act really must not be using the power walk in office for good to have seen the damage to corruption illegal that we need a country so i wouldn't say that our eyes be used for the development of the country that's all right what do you base out the opposition that at the top level you have that nearly there has been branded and expected and it's based on the effect but then at the cross for example there's also some turmoil i think seen in the report what is the state of the opposition. position. which is the former rebel movement and the biggest opposition party. and i went to the transition from president the way to believe the reason.
it was not government to have. been i left you and dissident group which is you know question i mean. that because regionally at times . and the new president just you are never it creates. the sort of. difficulties generally but from what we have seen in the campaign i think they will. they would perform elective you. profess that they are no voter in the porto thank you. ok so kenyon's off fost it's official history was made at the chicago marathon on sunday kenyan run to break it costs kate crossed the finish line and is now the
fastest women on the to run a marathon time 2 hours 14 minutes and 4 seconds was more than a minute fausta them the record set by british run of the interactive back in 2325 year old said this she is cheering crowd gave her the energy to run faster. and just a day early a fellow kenyan illude children became the 1st man in history to run a marathon in under 2 hours clocking one hour 59 and 41 seconds in vienna for him it's not a new record because the time wasn't set in an official race but he's the world record holder anyway so what does he care i'm really feeling the hug here and i can see this through i'm really happy i. see you don't need to be here good going to happen it's good to have done it on feeling good and i have talked and talked relates to my. trying for the 1st time to determine who and now i am but you know
it's not the productivity it's about telling the world and the disposable when you put in the hot and i'm now joined by the. canyon that kimani who's drug into the african syria and nairobi ok you did so that's your bridge and i'm out of. that but i mean how people react to victory i mean it starts with you feel good in vienna at that on saturday. it is absolutely insane and i think that's the best word i can use because not a single english adjective is up to describe the energy that has been going around this week and i mean it's one thing to be candid and watch it but to be candid and watching the victory or the victory from kenya was quite something a lot of jubilation and one that euphoria sort of went down it was truly a moment of pause for the nation to really think about what you're told his message was and for him to have come from the country obviously that carries with it
a special kind of pride but like the rest of the world lots of just elation here a lot of shock really and excitement excitement and then of course we had a pretty good cause it becomes this woman who run the marathon in chicago let's listen to her and then i'll pick up when he needed. me i come here to run my business i don't depend on. my business so that's why you learn to be so big getting the same attention as. certainly not i mean what control good is something that no human had ever attempted before and so naturally people are still talking about what contributed focus however there is quite a lot of celebrations for lot of a lot of people saying that we need to investigate the sport to make sure that those people who break records come back home to 15 stadia so has ignited a more serious conversation but as we said or as she said she was very inspired by
years after the fall of the berlin. summer night. welcome to news from the world of ops and culture the wenna of the german book prize has just been announced we'll have a report in the minutes also coming up. in our series 100 german musri a book by this year's winner of the nobel prize for literature. work from memory. is already doing concert performance performances even though he hasn't finished his studies that's because he's 7012 years old. and horror
movies that can't be true often inspired by real scientific discoveries an exhibition in los angeles looks into scary science. the german book prize is awarded by the german publishers and booksellers association to the best german language novel published in the last year it's just prior to the frankfurt book fair which starts on wednesday and is intended to draw attention outside germany to authors writing in german winning book will almost certainly be translated into english this year's winner is such a stunning shit who came to germany at the age of 14 as a refugee from the bosnian war. where it comes from me is it a matter of genes the birthplace or is our.