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The Provincial Assembly of Cabo Delgado is struggling to monitor the extractive industry effectively, allegedly due to weak command of the matter by its deputies
Most of the members of the assembly do not have detailed knowledge of extractive industry processes, much less about mining law, an indispensable tool for effective inspection.
The situation is considered serious, and the president of the provincial assembly is demanding urgent action in defence of the interests of the population and the state.
In addition to losing control over the extractive industry, the president fears that weak inspection may undermine the population’s confidence in the organs of state.
In order to improve inspection of the extractive industry, which is currently the state’s main source of revenue, the Institute for Multiparty Democracy (IMD) is training members of the Cabo Delgado provincial assembly so that they can intervene on the basis of sound knowledge of such matters.
By Hizidine AcháSource: O País
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