(AGI) - Maputo, 22 Jul. - The delegations of the Government of Mozambique and of the "Mozambican National Resistance - RENAMO" interupted today in Maputo negotiations for the restoration of peace in the country for the two delegations undertake consultations with their leaders, International mediators announced. Today's meeting was meant to continue discussions on RENAMO's demand to govern in the six of the 11 country's provinces (Niassa, Nampula, Zambezia, Tete, Manica and Sofala provinces) where they obtained a majority of votes in the general elections in 2014, which results RENAMO rejected, claiming they were fraudulent. In the past the government has always rejected this demand and it has never been part of the dialogue agenda between the two parties. In addition to this demand, are also part of the points to be discussed the immediate cessation of military hostilities, the reintegration of RENAMO guerrillas in the national Defence and Security Forces and social reintegration of those who will not qualify. Today was the second day the two delegations met with the presence of international mediators, in ongoing efforts to put an end to political and military instability that has plangued this Southern African nation of 23 million people. The negotiations will resume on Saturday. (AGI) .