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Administrative Court Demands “More Rigour From Customs and Tax Courts”

Administrative Court Demands “More Rigour From Customs and Tax Courts”

The President of the Administrative Court and of the Superior Council of the Administrative Magistrature, Lúcia Maximiliano, demanded from the new presiding judges of the Customs Court of Nampula province and of the Tax Court of Maputo province greater rigour in the procedural processing in order to better serve the citizens.

Speaking at the inauguration of Felizarda Cossa, as presiding judge of the Customs Court of Nampula province, and Sónia Henriques, presiding judge at the Tax Court of Maputo province, Lúcia Maximiliano explained that the new presiding judges also represent a step forward in the strengthening of these justice sectors, which are at a decisive moment of enlargement to other provinces of the country.

Lúcia Maximiliano mentioned that efforts are being made with a view to establishing Customs Courts in Cabo Delgado and Niassa.

“You carry with you the responsibility of creating conditions at the level of the jurisdictions that you coordinate, so that Customs and Tax Justice reaches the citizen in a timely and satisfactory manner” – said the magistrate, stressing the need to train the cadres so that they are prepared to meet the level of demands presented. She also added the relevance of exercising disciplinary action on employees who violate the rules that govern the operation of the courts.

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