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Hidden Debts dossier Prime Minister Carlos Agostinho do Rosário and Deputy Finance Minister Maria Isaltina Lucas at a briefing on 1 March 2017. Photo © Alexandre Nhampossa  / Zitamar News
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Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi yesterday dismissed Maria Isaltina Lucas as deputy finance minister, potentially clearing the way for her to face prosecution for her role in the $2.2 billion ‘hidden debts’ scandal. The dismissal is an “appropriate measure” which removes her immunity as a [...]

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Hidden Debts dossier Bank of Mozambique governor Ernesto Gove refused to take questions on the hidden debts at a press conference on 21 July 2016. Photo © Timothy Haccius / Zitamar News
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Mozambique’s public prosecutor has named at least 17 people - including former finance minister Manuel Chang, and former central bank governor Ernesto Gove - who it says should face financial penalties for their part in the $2.2 billion debts borrowed on [...]

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Hidden Debts dossier President Filipe Nyusi addressing diplomats at his residence in Maputo, 22 January 2018.
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Filipe Nyusi, the president of Mozambique, told foreign diplomats in Maputo on Monday that his government wants to see those who got the country into the $2 billion in government-guaranteed debt held responsible.

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Politics Former Finance Minster Manuel Chang addressing a Frelimo party meeting on 27 February 2017. Photo © Alexandre Nhampossa / Zitamar News
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The head of the Mozambican Bar Association has called for those responsible for taking out the so-called hidden debts to be held “exemplarily responsible”, and forced to pay back money they may have received. Flávio [...]

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