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Request for rejection of the report on the South Kivu’s budget implementation for the 1rst semester 2016

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Max Impact invites to request the provincial MPs to reject the report on the South Kivu’s budget implementation for the first semester 2016. This report was presented at the plenary this morning. The reasons for our request for rejection are the following (data for the whole province)

232 individuals have paid licenses, including 21 by territory and commune,

1500 diggers have paid for cards but only 238 have paid contribution for the rehabilitation of the environment. However, contribution for environmental rehabilitation is paid when digger’s card is purchased.

11 pumping devices have been registered

17 registered crushers

– The share from the province to SAESSCAM’s revenues in term of remuneration for delivered services (the province has levied 45% from these revenues being: 9583,82$). This means that SAESSCAM’s revenue has been 21.297, 37$. The amount paid by saesscam to the province is equivalent to the fees levied as remuneration costs for delivered services for the production of 31.946 kg of cassiterite.

– Transactional fines in the mining sector have generated 1.991$ for the Province.

Finally, we note that the total contribution from the mining sector to this budget has been 214.129, 84$.

Max Impact believes that rejecting this report on the South Kivu’s budget implementation for the first semester 2016 would respond to the call for transparency and good governance in the mining sector in South Kivu.

We have contacted the MPs for this matter and ask you to do the same by sharing with them this message.

Safanto Bulongo, Max Impact

 

 

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