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The Attorney General of the Republic of Mozambique (PGR) has asked the Administrative Tribunal to hold former Finance Minister Manuel Chang and current Deputy Minister of Economy and Finance Isaltina Lucas accountable for their role in the operation of hidden debts.
A document quoted by Notícias, a Mozambican daily newspaper, says that the PGR also wants the former governor of the Bank of Mozambique Ernesto Gove, the chairman of the Board of Directors of the three companies that received the loans Antonio Carlos do Rosário, and the former director of State Security and Information Services (SISE) Gregorio Leão to be held financially responsible for the scandal.
These names are part of a list of 16 people that the Mozambican Public Prosecutor wants to see held accountable for their role in the contracting of loans of more than two billion euros in favor of public companies Proindicus, MAM and Ematum, created for the maritime safety and fisheries.Source: Lusa