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Insufficient staff in the courts of residence decreases their performance

ByWebmaster

Apr 2, 2023

MAKAMBA March 29th (ABP) – At the end of the capacity-building workshop for presidents of residence courts within the jurisdiction of the southern region organized by the CNIDH, the presidents of the courts issued recommendations that could help facilitate the activities of these courts of residence.

Indeed, they ask the government to provide sufficient operating resources and to empower the management of the courts of residence, to recruit staff to compensate for the lack of staff to contribute to the increase in performance and to organize training in the place for legal professionals to be up to date on the laws applicable in the courts and tribunals.

These court presidents also asked the CNIDH to advocate for the dignity of the judiciary while judges must respect professional ethics and deontology.

The autonomy of management could also make it possible to organize the execution of judgments in time because unexecuted trials can be a source of insecurity, they declared.