The Attorney General of the Republic (PGR) recognizes the limitations of national investigators to fight economic and financial crimes in the country.
The institution defends the need for training of investigators to fight those types of crime.
Speaking during the training of 50 investigators of the National Criminal Investigation Service (SERNIC), in matters of economic-financial crimes, the Deputy Prosecutor General, Glória Adamo, said that it is still necessary to solve the cases of assets recovery, money laundering and to improve the criminalistic techniques.
Meanwhile, the director general of the National Criminal Investigation Service, Nelson Rego, quoted by Radio Mozambique, stressed that the training will allow the agents to present new approaches and quick clarifications for the various crimes that have been registered in the country.
In recent times, crimes of an economic-financial nature have been gaining more space in the country. One should recall the recent case of the hidden debts whose suspects are awaiting sentencing.