Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly (center) inaugurates the third meeting of chief justices of African constitutional and supreme courts in Cairo, Egypt. February 16, 2019.
CAIRO - 16 February 2019: Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly inaugurated on Saturday the third meeting of chief justices of African constitutional and supreme courts held at the headquarters of Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court.
The Prime Minister delivered a speech highlighting that African peoples are looking forward to the outcomes of the meeting in terms of taking effective measures that would eliminate obstacles hindering satisfactory and fast judicial processes.
Madbouly called for taking maximum advantage of information and telecommunication technology in order to acquire legal documented information that would support the performance of the judiciary and facilitate legislative reform. He urged the continuous training of judges and workers in the judicial authorities of African countries.
The three-day conference is attended by delegations from 45 African countries representing their constitutional and supreme courts.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli took part in the opening of the event, along with Minister of Justice Mohamed Hossam Abdel Rahim, Minister of Parliamentary Affairs Omar Marwan in addition to several African ambassadors and Egyptian MPs.
Held under the auspices of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, the event aims to foster cooperation among African states and their judicial authorities.