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Vol 56 No 12

Published 12th June 2015


Mozambique

How far to push Guebuza

Probes into the outgoing government's spending target Guebuza's allies and raise questions about the IMF’s standards of scrutiny

Factions within the governing Frente de Libertação de Moçambique differ on how far to take the investigations into the previous government's murky deals. Some want former President Armando Guebuza and his family to be prosecuted to set an example before the country's natural resources bonanza gets under way. Others say the political cost of prosecuting him would be too high for Frelimo. Yet another faction wants sanctions against Guebuza and some recompense for the abuses it suffered under his rule.

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