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The Mozambican Administrative Court (Tribunal Administrativo) has announced that it has set up a laboratory to audit ongoing infrastructure works.
The new laboratory “marks a milestone in the path that the Administrative Tribunal is taking towards the sustainability of its enforcement actions,” the court’s president Machatine Munguambe said, quoted by the newspaper Noticias.
The laboratory was built with the support of the German government and will focus on projects that absorb large amounts of public resources.
The laboratory is part of efforts to empower Administrative Tribunal staff technically in infrastructure inspection activities, Machatine said.
The Mozambican Council of Ministers announced a month and a half ago the creation of the General Inspection of Public Works (IGOPE) to ensure the promotion of higher quality infrastructure and the prevention of construction errors.
“The overall objective is to ensure greater control of processes throughout the chain, from design to execution of public works, regardless of the level or sector of activity,” the Cabinet’s spokeswoman said at the time.Source: Lusa
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