28 Mar 2020

 

Hope For Administration Of Justice Reforms In South Sudan

"...they're definitely ready to steer the reform agenda, particularly with the former mandate holder separating the Public Prosecution Attorneys from the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, and provide it with requisite support to stand against growing impunity in South Sudan..."

By Beny Gideon Mabor

The rule of law and administration of justice in South Sudan is set to proper tune, following the appointment of Justice Ruben M Kachuol and Justice Paul Mayom Akec as Ministers of Justice and Constitutional Affairs and Interior, respectively.

As both men are refined legal minds I have ever known, they're definitely ready to steer the reform agenda, particularly with the former mandate holder separating the Public Prosecution Attorneys from the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, and provide it with requisite support to stand against growing impunity in South Sudan, while the latter, looked into policing roles and responsibilities, in a manner prescribed by law.

Beny Gideon Mabor
Commissioner
South Sudan Human Rights Commission
Juba.
 

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