The Premier tasks prosecution to be upright

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On 12 July 2017 at 10:33

The Prime MinisterAnastaseMurekezihas reminded prosecution that their duty is inseparable from upholding human rights and all its legal obligations.
The Premier made the comments during the swearing IN of two prosecutors; Didiera Rudahusha prosecutor on intermediate court and Kayitesi Claudine, a prosecutor of premier instance court, both of whom were confirmed by the cabinet on 26 May 2017 and received on 10th July 2017.
Murekezi said; “your responsibility demands you to be upright, (...)

The Prime MinisterAnastaseMurekezihas reminded prosecution that their duty is inseparable from upholding human rights and all its legal obligations.

The Premier made the comments during the swearing IN of two prosecutors; Didiera Rudahusha prosecutor on intermediate court and Kayitesi Claudine, a prosecutor of premier instance court, both of whom were confirmed by the cabinet on 26 May 2017 and received on 10th July 2017.

Murekezi said; “your responsibility demands you to be upright, which must be supplemented by proper application of your consciousness, so that all the judgments you will be making should be characterized by justice, which is approved by the citizenry you serve.”

The Premier requested prosecution to apply Information technology in order to help them speed up their duties, on top of offering proper service delivery, most especially in regard to cases of 1994 genocide suspects, who are still at large in different countries.

He said that, there are crimes regarding murder, gender based violence among households, there crimes regarding child impregnation crimes that devastate national economy including corruption, swindling national resources, and failure to pay back bank loans and micro finance institutions.”


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