Prime Minister Luisa Dias Diogo of Mozambique

Maputo Wednesday and Thursday saw the Mozambican government submitted to questioning in the country's parliament, the Assembly of the Republic - but some of the opposition deputies, rather than asking relevant questions about the government's compliance with its five year programme, approved by the Assembly in 2005, demanded to know whether Prime Minister Luisa Diogo is really a Mozambican.
The contorted and clumsy attempt to prove that Diogo is not Mozambican is hardly an isolated incident.
Silva is currently suing Zambeze for a story which claimed that he and Diogo had used money from the Mozambican treasury to buy a flat in Lisbon.
Prime Minister Luisa Dias Diogo described the recent initiatives in Mozambique.
Diogo has also focused on gender equality and women's empowerment through "Network of Women Ministers and Parliamentarians" (MUNIPA.
More details about Luisa Diogo:Lusa Dias Diogo was in the District of Mgo in the Province of Tete in central Mozambique, the third of eight children of Lus Joo Diogo, a retired nurse, and Laura Atansio Dias, a housewife.
On the February 16, 2006, Luisa Diogo was appointed CoChair of the UN Secretary Generals HighLevel Panel on UN Systemwide Coherence in the areas of Development, Humanitarian Assistance and Environment.
Before that, Ms Diogo was Deputy Minister in the same Ministry between 1986 and 1989, while also heading the National Budgetary Direction between 1982 and 1989.
Since working in government, Ms Diogo has been the chief responsible for heading Mozambique's negotiations with international finance institutions such as the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF.
Diogo was born April 11, 1958, in the Mague district of the central province of Tete.
As a female leader, Diogo has urged the African health ministers to offer reproductive and sexual health services free of charge throughout the continent.
Prime Minister Luisa Diogo is a member of the Council of Women World Leaders, an International network of current and former women presidents and prime ministers whose mission is to mobilize the highest-level women leaders globally for collective action on issues of critical importance to women and equitable development.
Interviewed in Monday's issue of the independent daily "O Pais", Diogo was asked how it was that in Britain the London.
As for the idea that Luisa Diogo has become a Portuguese citizen, merely because Silva also registered the marriage in Portugal, this is quite.
Mozambican Prime Minister Luisa Diogo has declared that his country has managed to resist the 2008 international fuel, grain and financial crises and the economy has ended in a reasonably good shape.
Maputo — Mozambican Prime Minister Luisa Diogo has agreed that the interest rates charged by the country's commercial banks are far too high.
Interviewed in Monday's issue of the independent daily "O Pais", Diogo was asked how.
Replies: 0 Last poster: Sam Banda Junior at 22-12-2008 17:38 Topic is Open Mozambique’s Prime Minister Luisa Diogo said the 2009 budget would look at reducing poverty.
Diogo has earned a reputation as a progressive reformer, a passionate advocate, and a savvy business-woman.
Luisa Dias Diogo was born on April 11, 1958, in the western Mozambique province of Tete.
When Diogo joined the Finance Ministry the country was in year five of its civil war.
Diogo remained in the position of director for four years, but after she earned her masters degree she went to work for the World Bank, serving as program officer in Mozambique.
Diogo was just thirty-six years old.
As deputy finance minister, Diogo was a key player in drafting and rolling out the governments first five-year development plan.
That same year Diogo was promoted to minister of finance and she immediately tackled Mozambiques biggest problems: poverty and economic growth.
Because of her growing reputation as an able negotiator, Diogo was able to secure numerous grants from international finance institutions, including the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund.
In 2004 alone Diogo was able to secure $790 million in aid from the World Bank.
Diogo was just seventeen years old in 1975, and as part of a new generation of leaders she was more forward-thinking and more willing to take risks.
Diogo remained in her post of prime minister, but she was relieved of her minister of finance duties so she could concentrate on more extensive government leadership.
Diogo was the sole prime minister chosen to represent all of the worlds developing countries.
Luísa Dias Diogo has been prime minister of Mozambique since February 2004.
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Mozambique's Prime Minister Luisa Dias Diogo is another former World Bank employee, who shares the nickname Iron Lady with Mrs Johnson-Sirleaf.
In the ensuing 10 years Diogo has not disappointed him.
First as deputy minister, and then as minister from 2000, Diogo has been at the head of major, and sometimes controversial, reforms to the country's tax system.
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Unleashing EntrepreneurshipLuisa Diogo was recently appointed Mozambique's new Prime Minister, while retaining her previous post as Finance Minister.
after which she worked for the World Bank as programme officer in Mozambique.
growth, and secured numerous grants from international finance institutions.
Bank's representative here in the country.
shaping of the economic and financial policies of Mozambique.
Shaukat Aziz is prime minister of Pakistan, Lusa Dias Diogo is prime minister of Mozambique and Jens Stoltenberg is prime minister of Norway.