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No bailout for Mozambique’s secret lenders

Mozambique is in a stand-off with its creditors over $1.1 billion of secret debts revealed last year.

But now campaigners in Mozambique fear the IMF will give the country new loans before those responsible for the scandal have been held to account.

Please tell the UK government not to support a bailout for Mozambique’s secret lenders at the IMF.

Campaigners from Jubilee Debt Campaign protesting against Credit Suisse's secret loans to Mozambique, outside their office in Canary Wharf, London

Campaigners from Jubilee Debt Campaign protesting against Credit Suisse’s secret loans to Mozambique, outside their office in Canary Wharf, London

“In defence of the common good and against the continued impoverishment of the Mozambican people, we do not want, do not accept and will not pay these illegal debts.”

– Statement by 26 civil society groups in Mozambique, June 2016


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