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Training organized for more than 60 magisterial judges in Northern Red Sea region

A training course involving a number of legal issues was organized for more than 60 magisterial judges in the Northern Red Sea region with a view to reinforcing community-based judicial service.

 

Massawa, 19 August 2013 –A training course involving a number of legal issues was organized for more than 60 magisterial judges in the Northern Red Sea region with a view to reinforcing community-based judicial service.

Mr. Geas Ahmed, coordinator of courts in the Northern and Southern Red Sea regions, explained that raising the capacity of magisterial judges is a vital prerequisite in easing legal services, and thereby getting rid of undesired loss of time as well as energy. He further called on the trainees to translate the knowledge they have acquired into practice, and thus serve the people with integrity.

The beneficiaries of the training, during which in-depth discussion was conducted based on personal experiences, put forth views pertaining to several issues.

Among the trainees, Ms. Meryem Hassan, Mr. Mehari Tewoldebirhan and Mr. Sheharia Omar noted the vitality of the training course in their career, and voiced readiness to demonstrate commitment towards ensuring justice.

A similar training is expected to be conducted to magisterial judges from various sub-zones of the region, reports added.

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