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Mozambique

José Conduna António Pacheco

Date of Birth: 10 September 1958
Place of Birth: Ampara, Buzi district, Sofala


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Timber rackets, gas booms

As the booming trade in smuggled ivory and timber devastates northern Mozambique’s environment Attorney General Augusto Paulino has launched an investigation into the claimed involvement of Agriculture Minister José Pacheco and his predecessor Tomás Mandlate...


Limits to corruption campaign

This comes after the Environmental Investigation Agency a British-based non-governmental organisation found evidence suggesting that he and the current Agriculture Minister José Pacheco had interests in companies illegally exporting timber to China...


Frelimo's gold rush

Another Guebuza favourite José Pacheco was seen as a rising star and possible successor but his reputation suffered from his handling of the food riots in September 2010 and lately from accusations of corruption...


Rotten timber trade

Liu Chaoying and Yang Yuanwu Jefe managers of Mozambique First International Development are cosy with Agriculture Minister José Pacheco who was Governor of Cabo Delgado Province when they set up offices there in 2000...


Partial win for Guebuza

José Pacheco Verification Secretary Agriculture Minister ex-Interior Minister and Cabo Delgado Governor...


Comrades and compromisers

José Pacheco: a Guebuza protégé he is well-regarded representing Frelimo's younger modernising side...


The President is for turning

Next come the political casualties: these are likely to include Interior Minister José Pacheco a tough technocrat and former rising star now widely criticised for the draconian and self-defeating police response...


A dominant party – not a one-party state

Guebuza has groomed younger technocrats and others including Foreign Minister Oldemiro Baloi and Interior Minister José Pacheco as well as the independent-minded Prime Minister Luisa Diogo...


Pax Guebuzana

José Pacheco the youngish Interior Minister oversees the President’s tough security and law and order policies...


The clock turns back

Up and coming Guebuza-loyalists include Interior Minister José Pacheco who leads the President's tough law-and-order policies and Finance Minister Aiuba Cuereneia an influential presidential confidant although he is opposed by old-guard figures who backed Guebuza specifically to avoid being overruled by young technocrats...


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