Mr Asraf Caunhye was appointed Chief Justice , at the State House. He was also elevated to the rank of Grand Officer of the Order of the Star and Key of the Indian Ocean (GOSK) following his swearing-in in presence of the President, Mr Prithvirajsing Roopun, and the Prime Minister, Mr Pravind Jugnauth, as well as other personalities.
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The President of the Republic of Mauritania, Mohamed Ould Cheikh El Ghazouani inaugurated on Thursday August 13, 2002, the new seat of the Constitutional Council located, at a location, between the Ministry of Justice and that of the Interior, equidistant from the presidency of the Republic and of the National Assembly. The new seat of
First grade magistrate, Amadou Ousmane Touré is the new president of the Constitutional Court of Mali. Amadou Ousmane Touré is a senior state clerk who was trained at the National School of Administration (ENA), the National Center for the Training of Magistrates and Pierre Mendès University in Grenoble (France). He was appointed Auditor General in
Mr. Bart Katureebe retired as chief judge of Uganda after reaching the age limit of 70 and after five years of service. He was appointed Chief Justice in March 2015 Justice Alfonso Owinye Dollo has, June 22 taken over the office of the Chief judge, he will be standing in until the President appoints a new chief judge