Debate on Legislative Rules for Normative Acts in Mozambique
A reflective meeting about a prospective law that would detail the legislative drafting rules for Normative Acts in Mozambique took place in the morning of October 17 in Maputo, bringing together experts on the subject, along with representatives of the public and private sectors and civil society.
How could the law bring about an increase in legal trust in the country? Is there popular interest in creating such a law? Should legislators seek to limit the over-production of laws in the country? What are the procedures for drafting this type of law? These and other issues prompted the debate, which was promoted by the Confederation of Economic Associations of Mozambique (CTA), in partnership with USAID’s SPEED+ project.