2nd International Seminar of the CJCA
Algiers hosted, for 3 days, the 2nd International Seminar of the Conference of Jurisdictions of Constitutional of Africa (CJCA) on the theme: “Access of individuals to constitutional justice” This edition was marked by the presence of presidents of not less than thirty (30) African constitutional courts and the presidents of the constitutional institutions of Turkey , France, and Belgium, the Council of Europe and UNDP, as guests. The new headquarters of the Conference of African Constitutional Courts (CJCA) has been named after the late Boualam Bessaïah.
The CJCA is an independent institution that was created on May 8, 2011 in Algiers which houses its headquarters. Its purpose is to bring together all the constitutional courts and councils of the African Union member states. It currently comprises forty-four (44) active members, and two (02) observer members, Brazil and Turkey.
The main objective of the CCJA is to support and deepen democracy and the rule of law by upholding the Constitution and the rule of law in the member states.