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Wed, 11 Jul 2018 15:56 - Updated Wed, 11 Jul 2018 15:56

Supreme Court Chief assesses sector in Huambo

Huambo - Supreme Court Chief Justice Rui Ferreira evaluated Wednesday the working conditions of the organs of Administration Justice in central Huambo province, as part of his visit to the region.

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Rui Ferreira, Supreme court chief justice

Photo: Joaquina Bento

The Magistrate visited Caála municipality to learn of the functioning of the local infrastructure.

In the province’s capital, Huambo city, Rui Ferreira assessed the functioning conditions of the Provincial Court and local Juvenile Court.

Speaking to the press, the official said that the visit is part of the programme aimed at preparing conditions for the installation of Courts in the Municipalities of Caála and Bailundo.

Huambo province has 23 Law Judges and two Municipal Judges,  in provincial Court and in Courtrooms of the Municipalities of Caála and Bailundo.

Some 5,634 different cases are in progress, with 2,021 of criminal nature.

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