South Sudan Graduates 78 Judicial Assistants

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In Wau, 17 judicial assistants including five females were officially graduated after eight months training while in Central Equatoria State and Western Equatoria state, 61 completed their training, according to South Sudan director for Research and Training Justice Benjamin Bak.

The graduation was attended by judges from Warrap, Lakes and Northern Bahr el Ghazal states.

“It is very much worth mentioning that this is the first of its kind occasion being done by the judiciary since it was established as a judiciary of the Republic of South Sudan,” said Justice Benjamin Bak.

He said such a spectacular occasion had not taken place in South Sudan and the appointments caused a lot of inconvenience as regards to practicing in the courts.

Bak said South Sudan is moving from Islamic laws to common system and therefore the new graduates must put people before law.

“As an independence state, you must work hard to promote human rights though we are still a young nation,” he urged the graduates.

He warned the new graduates to distance themselves from involving in bribery adding that the new judges must follow the judicial channels while dealing with any cases. 

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