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Matata Ponyo case: the court declared itself seized and postpones the case to one month

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The case between former Prime Minister Augustin Matata Ponyo and the Mapon Foundation against Alain Makoso has been postponed to one month for pre-trial. This is certainly to put the case in a state to be litigated, that is to say, the parties must sufficiently exchange exhibits and means before presenting them before the judges.

The trial opened on Wednesday, February 24, 2021. The former prime minister’s counsel raised prerequisites related to the referral to the court. For Matata Ponyo, the court cannot declare itself seized on the grounds that this servant just gave the first name and reserved to sign. The Makoso party replied that Mr. Matata did appear as represented by his counsel and that there is no prejudice as to this. She asks the court to declare itself seized.

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