BUBANZA January 7th (ABP) – The courts of Bubanza province (northwestern Burundi) promise to perform their tasks well and to render good services to plaintiffs, for this year 2019, a check on the site by ABP has revealed. To achieve this, Mr. Emile Nduwayo, the chief of the Bubanza High Court, said that in the forecasts they plan to monitor the staff of the Courts of residence through quarterly meetings on the proper enforcement of the law. They also plan to increase service meetings at the High Court and to fight against corruption in the courts.
Mr. Nduwayo states that in the planning of that judicial proceeding they will multiply field trips, at least twice a week, for the execution of the trials, the findings, verifications and others, so that there are no more stocks of uncompleted cases, he adds.
As for the provincial prosecutor in Bubanza province, Mr. Emmanuel Ngomirakiza, he indicates that for this year 2019; among his priorities include the eradication of prohibited drinks, the reduction of inmates in prisons through regular visits and inspections, the fight against gender-based violence, and so on. This judicial body, Ngomirakiza continues, will resort to even flagrant trials if necessary. And to increase the yield, it requires the good collaboration of judicial police officers (OPJ) based in communes.
In view of those objectives of the Bubanza judicial authorities, the two officials ask for a frank collaboration with the other institutions, the administration, the ordinary people and their staff.