The Somali national conference on judiciary reforms and human rights is today start in Mogadishu as delegates participating at the conference continue to flocking in the city.
Speaking to the delegates during the opening of the conference, president Mohamud expressed confidence that the outcome of the conference will outline clear policies that will help the country lay the foundation of its judicial system.
the Somali government officials and the delegations participating the meeting of a national conference on judicial reforms and human rights opened in the capital Mogadishu drawn from all parts of the country, are expected to discuss challenges facing the judiciary, necessary reforms, and the ways forward in establishing a national policy that will guide the judiciary.
The Somali president Hassan Sheikh Mohamud was the officially opened the five-day conference early in today and talking about the justice and the human rights how the country will have policy on the side of judiciary refoms will the country access to.
The delegations was more then 150 attending the conference that kick off in mogadishu which included top of Somali official and foreigns who participate this national conference on judiciary reforms and human rights by the across the country.
A35-member delegation from puntland on sunday arrived in mogadishu and was warmly received by justice and religious affairs assistant minister Hassan Mohamed jim’ale.
Earlier on February in this year, president Mohamud said his government will be holding a judicial conference in Mogadishu whereby many experts both Somalis and non Somalis participate, adding that “the aim of the conference is to reform and advance human rights within our justice system.
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