Our Justice system must be defined by fairness, equality-Kagame

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On 11 September 2017 at 03:48
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President Paul Kagame has said that Rwanda’s justice system must be defined by fairness and equality, practices that will build trust and confidence among Rwandans.
Kagame who was speaking today during the opening of the 2017/2018 judicial year, thanked members of the judiciary for their contribution in building a nation that respects the rule of law.
The head of State called on members of the judiciary to accelerate good services delivery in justice system.
“We thank you for your (...)

President Paul Kagame has said that Rwanda’s justice system must be defined by fairness and equality, practices that will build trust and confidence among Rwandans.
Kagame who was speaking today during the opening of the 2017/2018 judicial year, thanked members of the judiciary for their contribution in building a nation that respects the rule of law.

The head of State called on members of the judiciary to accelerate good services delivery in justice system.

“We thank you for your unwavering commitment towards ending corruption and quick administration of justice through the court system,” he said.

He said that there are some areas where they still need to invest more efforts like to connecting internet in all courts.

“We need to understand the role of courts in solving people’s problems, instilling fairness and respecting human rights” he said.

“Justice should be clear to everyone that there should not be cases of unfairness and corruption,” he added.


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