Category Activité Constitutionnelle en Afrique
Rui Ferreira, Onofre dos Santos and Luzia Sebastião, three of the judges who founded that court in 2008 were replaced by new judges, who had ceased their term of office. In addition to Manuel Aragão ( President) , Júlia Ferreira, until then a spokeswoman for the National Electoral Commission (CNE), and Maria da Conceição Sango, a former deputy
The 4th General Assembly of the World Conference on Constitutional Justice (WCCJ), held in Vilnius, Lithuania, from 11 to 14 September, elected Algeria to host the 5th World Congress, scheduled for 2020. As a reminder, the World Conference on Constitutional Justice brings together 111 Constitutional Courts and Councils and Supreme Courts of Africa, America, Asia
PRESS RELEASE The Conference of Constitutional Jurisdictions of Africa (CCJA) and the South African Judiciary, are deeply concerned about the remarks reportedly made by His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta about Chief Justice Maraga and other colleagues in the Kenyan Judiciary. They were evidently triggered by the Supreme Court’s annulment of his re-election.
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.