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Mozambique’s economy continues to reel from a huge debt scandal involving political elites, international banks and, still, a great deal of unknowns. Campaigners are calling for proper investigations into what they it see as high-level corruption.

And this Monday, the Finance Ministry announced that the country will default on yet another Eurobond repayment.

Kroll’s 57-page report summary declares: “The main challenge in completing the independent audit was the lack of documentation available from the Mozambique companies.

Kroll spent a considerable amount of time requesting and liaising with representatives of the Mozambique Companies to obtain documentation and information that was, in some cases, either incomplete or not provided at all.” At the same time, the possibility of an investigation into the unconstitutionality of the process seems to have been circumvented.

The ongoing lack of transparency over what exactly happened, and the widespread belief it involved high-level corruption, has galvanised civil society to contest the repayment of the loans.

For example, on 5 July, the Catholic Church criticised efforts to obstruct the audit and insisted that the debts should be written off, saying: “We cannot allow the Mozambican people to be held responsible for paying the debts contracted in their name illegally and unconstitutionally”.

There may be some hope around the visit of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to discuss the results of an audit into previously undisclosed loans.

Some of the exclusive fishing rights included in the project had already been awarded to a South African company.

Its key findings were released this June and included the fact that 0 million remains unaccounted for.

Another independent expert has claimed that the vehicles supplied by Privinvest, for which it invoiced

Some of the exclusive fishing rights included in the project had already been awarded to a South African company.

Its key findings were released this June and included the fact that $500 million remains unaccounted for.

Another independent expert has claimed that the vehicles supplied by Privinvest, for which it invoiced $1.2 billion, are worth just $505 million.

It soon became apparent that the loan procurement process lacked parliamentary approval, had contravened the constitution, and violated budget laws.

In April 2016, the IMF, alongside key donors, suspended its programme.

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Some of the exclusive fishing rights included in the project had already been awarded to a South African company.Its key findings were released this June and included the fact that $500 million remains unaccounted for.Another independent expert has claimed that the vehicles supplied by Privinvest, for which it invoiced $1.2 billion, are worth just $505 million.It soon became apparent that the loan procurement process lacked parliamentary approval, had contravened the constitution, and violated budget laws.In April 2016, the IMF, alongside key donors, suspended its programme.

.2 billion, are worth just 5 million.

It soon became apparent that the loan procurement process lacked parliamentary approval, had contravened the constitution, and violated budget laws.

In April 2016, the IMF, alongside key donors, suspended its programme.

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