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Thu, 12 Jul 2018 12:55 - Updated Thu, 12 Jul 2018 12:39

Chief Justice wants judicial services closer to citizens

Andulo - The creation of first instance courts in Andulo and Camacupa municipalities will turn the justice more expedited and bring the judicial services closer to citizens, said on Wednesday the Supreme Court Chief Justice, Rui Ferreira.

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To the magistrate, the creations of first instance courts in municipalities represent the biggest judicial reform being conducted in Angolan justice system.

According to the Chief Justice, the Angolan justice faces countless challenges such as working for the humanization of the sector, to become expeditious and to be bring services closer to citizens, , in order to ensure the rule of law and democracy in the country.

According to Rui Ferreira, the Angolan justice system faces countless challenges, among them, to work towards humanization, speed, and to bring services closer to citizens, in order to ensure the rule of law and democracy in the country.

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