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Cameroon: 50 Anglophone Magistrates absorbed into justice system

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Fifty Common Law Magistrates who recently graduated from the National School of Administration and Magistracy, ENAM have been absorbed into the corps of the Judicial and legal officers in Cameroon.

The decision to integrate these Anglophone Pupil Magistrates is contained in one of the degrees signed by the President of the Republic, Paul Biya at the close of the Higher Judicial Council meeting that held Monday August 10 at the Unity Palace.

The fifty Common Law Magistrates of the 2017/2019 PEACE AND UNITY batch will serve exclusively in the North West and South West regions of the country, responding to one of the key problems posed by Anglophone Cameroonians and addressed at the Major National dialogue in 2019.

 


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