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President Nyusi is scheduled to travel to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, where on Saturday he will attend the African Union’s 28th Forum of Heads of State African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) summit.
During the summit, which take’s place tomorrow (Saturday), Mozambique will present the country’s second evaluation report, which was begung in September 2018 under the leadership of the APRM National Forum and a Continental APRM Mission composed of African experts and led by Ambassador Mona Omar Attia, a member of the APRM Panel of Eminent Persons.
This report outlines the progress made by Mozambique in the categories Democracy and Political Governance, Management and Economic Governance, Corporate Governance, and Socio-Economic Development since the first evaluation carried out in 2009, and assesses how it has addressed emerging country challenges in these areas.
The summit agenda also includes the presentation of Liberia and the Côte d’Ivoire’s evaluation reports, the presentation of the summit’s Governance Stage in Africa report, and confirmation of new members of the APRM Panel of Eminent Persons.
Mozambique joins the Uganda and Kenya in the ranks of the only countries to have undertaken a second APRM assessment, and the first country in Southern Africa to have done so.
By Hélia ChopoSource: O País
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