The Constitutional Court of the Kingdom of Morocco announced its membership at the CCJA, by a letter from the President of this Court, dated 3 December 2017 and addressed to the President of the CCJA. With the accession of the Constitutional Court of the Kingdom of Morocco the number of member jurisdictions of
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
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
Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia, received in Algiers on 23 November, the current President of the World Congress of Constitutional Courts and Councils and President of the Conference of African Constitutional Courts, Mogoeng Mogoeng, said a statement issued by the Prime Minister.
The president of the Constitutional Council of Algeria, Mourad Medelci, received on November 22 the president of CJCA, Mogoeng Mogoeng, with whom he reviewed the prospects of development of relations between the two constitutional institutions, said a statement of the council. During the meeting held at the headquarters of the Constitutional Council on the