“We will restore security to the area. That’s all I can tell you,” Prime Minister Joseph Jouthe said during a visit to the temple of Themis. Jouthe plans to reopen the courthouse to allow judges, lawyers and administrative staff to come to work.
During the visit, the Prime Minister was accompanied by the Ministers of Justice, the Interior, the Secretary of State for Public Security, the Director General and the Chief Inspector General of the National Police.
“They say they are ready. But there are concerns that we will dispel as we go along,” Jouthe said, reiterating that his government will make the tribunal functional. Continue reading.
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