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Beni: importers of petroleum products lift their strike

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Beni: importers of petroleum products lift their strike

Importers of petroleum products lifted on Tuesday, February 27, their strike movement launched last Monday to protest against the issuance by the prosecution at the Beni High Court of appearance warrants against some of them.

The president of the Beni Oil Tankers Association, Luc Machara, indicates that the lifting of their strike follows the decision of the provincial government which authorizes them to sell a liter of gasoline at the pump at the price of 3,500 Congolese francs. Decision taken following a meeting of the urban security committee on Tuesday February 27.

Luc Machara explains that the oil companies made this decision thanks to the consensus that was found, in the presence of the Beni prosecutor.

“We have been authorized to apply the price of 3,500 Congolese francs per liter of gasoline at the pump and for diesel we will apply the price of 3,700 Congolese francs to relieve the population who are already in distress,” he said. he explains.

Thus, he asks all the oil tankers in Beni to freely go about their business and to reopen all the service stations so that the population can stock up on fuel at a reasonable price.

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