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Civil society organizations today welcomed the start of the resettlement of 1,500 people on the northern peninsula of Afungi, the site of Mozambique’s first liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant.
“The monitoring mission of the Civic Coalition on Extractive Industry found that the process of implementation of the Resettlement Plan on the Afungi Peninsula at this phase has been effective, open and transparent,” said Tomás Mario, president of Sekelekani – Center for Communication Studies and Research.
He was speaking at a press conference on behalf of the group which also includes the Center for Public Integrity (CIP), the Centro Terra Verde (CTV), the Christian Council of Mozambique (CCM) and the Kuwuka-JDA Youth, Development and Environment Association.