Tue, 22 Oct 2019 16:54 - Updated Tue, 22 Oct 2019 16:54
Angola honours Jubilee of Egypt's Constitutional Judiciary
Luanda - A delegation from the Angolan Constitutional Court, headed by Judge Counselor Simão Victor, ended on Tuesday its participation in (50years) jubilee of Constitutional Justice in Cairo, Egypt.
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In a press release, the Angolan Embassy in Egypt states that the three-day celebrations took place under the auspices of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi.
The event was opened by the head of the Supreme and Constitutional Court of Egypt, Saeed Marie, according to a note reached Angop Tuesday.
Addressing a ceremony, Saeed Marie called for the spirit of unity in the fight against terrorism and the importance of peacekeeping.
The note underlines that the Jubilee began with a ceremony of awarding merits to former judges of the Constitutional Court of Egypt.
Welcoming to 130 delegates from Asia, the Middle East, America and Africa, also marked the beginning of the event.
The themes addressed, among various issues, the adjudication of justice to the new technologies and the security of states, the ways of combating terrorism.
Egypt intends to host every year global review meetings on constitutional.
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