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74 new law judges sworn in for district courts across the country

This Monday, 74 new law judges took office, who will exercise their functions in various district courts throughout the country.


At the swearing-in ceremony, Joel Leonardo, president of the Council of Judicial Magistrates, considered that the country has been working to improve the performance of the judiciary.

He also appealed to the new judges to perform their duties with justice, and recommended that they work as a team for the benefit of citizens.

According to Angop, the judges sworn in Monday were appointed to work in the district courts of Luanda, Huambo, Huila, Benguela and Cunene.

This group of new judges joins another that was sworn in in March for the district courts of Luanda, Belas, Dande, Benguela, Lobito, Amboim, Moçâmedes, Tombwa, Andulo, Bailundo, Huambo, Lubango, Caconda, Matala, Cazengo, Cambambe, Cela, Sumbe, Cuito, and Cuanhama, Angop reported.