Chief Justice assured judiciary independence to US delegate

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THT- The Supreme Court Chief Justice Dr. Adan H. Ali Ahmed received a large delegation from the United States of America in his office yesterday.

Dr. Adan informed them about the role of the judiciary in the building of the nation and the reform efforts that have been made in recent times, which include improving the quality of education. of the Judiciary, the extension of justice and legal services, which have a major role in the Mobile Courts.

The Chairman accompanied by the Supreme Court advisor Dayib Muhammad Noor also spoke about the role of youth leadership in the country’s courts and noted that in the past year alone, the courts of the have heard 21,559 cases, were their judgment ended efficiently.

The delegation from the United States thanked Supreme Court Chief for the warm welcome he gave them and for information about the structure and process of the Judiciary, the Supreme Court, and all the judicial bodies of the country.

The governor gave an explanation of the structure of the various courts including the Constitutional Court, the Supreme Court and the entire judicial body of the country, and the independence of the judiciary and the good role they play in the nation-building process.

Somaliland Ambassador to the United States Amb Bashir Good and Nasir Mohamed Ali Director of the Institute for Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution at the University of Hargeisa , were accompanied by a delegation led by Mr. Tipor Nagy, the former Assistant Secretary of State for Africa, accompanied by Ambassador J. Peter Pham, the former ambassador of the United States in charge of West African countries, the former commander of the American forces in Africa (Africom) General William Kip Ward and Mr Joshua Meservey from the Heritage Foundation.

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