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Delivery of 36 motorcycles and 50 office machines to the Intermediate Courts

ByWebmaster

Aug 8, 2023

BUJUMBURA August 8th (ABP) – The Ministry of Justice proceeded, on Monday, August 7, 2023, in Bujumbura, to the handing of motorcycles and computers to the Intermediate Courts.

On that occasion, the permanent secretary of the Ministry of Justice, Mr. Gervais Hajayandi, indicated that those motorcycles and computers are intended for the presidents of those courts.

It is, according to him, a donation that was granted by the President of the Republic of Burundi, in order to facilitate the work of judges, especially those of the Intermediate Courts of the country.

                                                  The Permanent Secretary to the Justice Ministry receives the computers

The donation will help in the drafting because there are some judges who do not have a computer machine and who wrote the files on paper and gave the clerks the final draft. The donation will also allow speed in the drafting of cases, while those motorcycles will facilitate the transport of judges on the field to settle the cases. In fact, he underlined, it has been observed that in order to avoid conflicts linked to land, it is good for the judges to be on the field, to realize what has happened on the field, in the presence witnesses and neighbors, and this facilitates understanding.

Mr. Hajayandi did not fail to point out that the beneficiaries or users of that equipment must maintain them well, use them as a good father and avoid considering them as personal equipment. He thanked the President of the Republic of Burundi who thought of granting the said equipment which will contribute to solving the challenges haunting the justice sector. Note that each court received two motorcycles and two office machines with accessories.