Philosopher warns of "pseudo-identitarian claims" in Mozambique
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The Central Hospital of Beira has reported that the results of the autopsies carried out on the eleven bodies found abandoned under a bridge in the Macossa district of Manica province have been handed over to the Attorney General’s Office.
Writing on the subject, the weekly ‘Canal de Moçambique’ recalls that the bodies, found in May 2016, were believed to those of death squad victims.
At the time, the government denied that any mass executions had been carried out and appointed an Assembly of the Republic commission led by MP Edson Macuácua, but independent press reported that the commission “went to the site basically to corroborate the justifications offered by the government”.Source: Voa Portugues