Mariano de Araújo Matsinhe

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Mariano de Araújo Matsinhe (born 1953) is a Mozambican politician. He was a member of the Politburo of FRELIMO during the 1980s (as such, he was a co-head of state between the death of Samora Machel on 19 October 1986 until the election of Joaquim Chissano on 6 November). Matsinhe also served as the Mozambican Security Minister in the 1980s.

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