Luanda — The Justice and Law Reform Commission (CRJD) pointed out the reform of the organic laws of the Supreme Court, the Superior Council for the Judicial Magistracy and the Attorney General's Office as a priority for its action.
The fact was revealed last Tuesday to the press by one of the members of the CRJD, Judge Raul Araújo, after the first meeting of the referred commission, which is coordinated by the minister of Justice and Human Rights, Francisco Queirós.
On the other hand, he affirmed that this process is being conducted by the Superior Council for the Judicial Magistracy, which will follow up the process of computerization of the courts, the definition of training policies for judicial magistrates, public prosecutors and justice officials.
On his turn, the minister of Justice and Human Rights, Francisco Queirós, said that the Justice and Law Reform is part of the implementation of the Constitution of the Republic of 2010 and represents a process that concerns all the country's sovereign bodies.
CRJD was created by Presidential Decree No. 72/20, of 26 May, to coordinate the overall strategy of Reform and Law within the framework of State Reform, to monitor the implementation process of the new judicial organization, ensuring and facilitating the articulation of various sectoral programmes related to the reform, as well as to continue and elaborate the process of creation of legal documents.