Sat, 28 Jul 2018 10:17 - Updated Sat, 28 Jul 2018 10:16
Cuanza Norte to get three district courts by 2019
Ndalatando - Justice sector will create three district courts in northern Cuanza Norte province until 2019 out of the initially four planned for the region.
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Cuanza Norte: Supreme court chief justice, Rui Ferreira
Photo: Estevão Manuel
This was announced Thursday by the Supreme Court’s chief justice, Rui Ferreira, stressing the process is part of ongoing reform in the justice sector.
Rui Ferreira, who is on a working visit to Cuanza Norte, said that conditions have been created for creation of courts in the municipalities of Cazengo, Cambabe and Ammbaca.
As for the municipality of Golungo Alto, the magistrate regretted the lack of adequate infrastructure and skilled staff, adding that this situation will hinder the creation of district court in that municipality.
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