Wed, 17 Jul 2019 19:18 - Updated Wed, 17 Jul 2019 19:18
Supreme court chief stresses training of judges
Luanda - The presiding judge of the Supreme Court, Rui Ferreira, said on Tuesday in Luanda, that the training of judges and justice officials is one of the important components of the ongoing justice and human rights reform in the country.
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Rui Ferreira, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
Photo: Alberto Juliao
Speaking to ANGOP, the magistrate said the judges and officials are to give support to 62 first instance courts to be implemented in the country, of which 12 of them are already operational.
In the meantime, the judge said in few weeks 150 judges are to join the justice sector to work at first instance courts.
In the Framework of the ongoing justice reforms the magistrate foresees that by the end of the year, at least 40 first instance courts could be unveiled.
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