Category Activité Constitutionnelle en Afrique
ALGIERS- President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika on Wednesday Juley 27th 2016, signed a presidential decree on the appointment of three new members of the Constitutional Council. The new members are : – Mohamed Habchi, Vice-president of the Constitutional Council, named by the President of the Republic, – El Hachemi Brahmi, Member of the
President Edgar Lungu has sworn in five judges to preside over the Constitutional court of Zambia. The 5 sworn in are: -Justice Hilda Chibomba as President of the court, – Justice Anne Sitali, Judge -Justice Mugeni Mulenga, Judge –Justice Enock Mulembe Judge -Justice Palan Mulonda judge.
On 8 and 9 January 2016, was held in Libreville, the sixth session of the Executive Office of CJCA, chaired by Mrs Marie Madeleine Mborantsuo President of the Constitutional Court of Gabon and current President of CJCA. Were present : – The Constitutional Court of Gabon (Chair). – The Constitutional Court of South Africa (1st
In Bujumbura, this Wednesday, December 9, 2015, the Senate of Burundi has unanimously approved the votes cast, the appointment of three members of the Constitutional Court. Mr Jeremiah Ntakarutimana, Vice President of the Constitutional Court; Mr. Bernard Ntavyibuha, member of the Constitutional Court; and Irina Inantore, member of the Constitutional Court. The appointment of the
The magistrate João Pinto Semedo was installed October 15, 2015 as the first President of the newConstitutional Tribunal of Cape Verde, for a term of nine (09) years. Judge and law professor, John Pinto Semedo was born in 1968 in San Salvador, he graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon, having