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The trial of the former Minister of Transport and Communications, Paulo Zucula, who is accused of crimes of payment of undue remuneration amounting to two million meticais, has been postponed to March 6
The trial had been set for 9:00 a.m. this Wednesday in the second section of the Judicial Court of Nhlamanculo.
An unofficial source close to the case said that the postponement was a procedural matter and that the former minister had submitted a letter to the judge requesting the postponement so as to be able to travel for health reasons.
The source revealed that the same case involves Lucrécia Ndeve, Amélia Delane and Teresa Jeremias, who at the time worked at the Civil Aviation Institute of Mozambique (IACM) as director general, head of the financial department and administrator respectively. All three are accused of abuse of office.Source: O País
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