On 21st and 22nd October, in Marrakesh, the II International Justice Conference took place, which was attended by a senior delegation from the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, made up of executives and senior officials from the Supreme Court of Justice, the Attorney general’s office and the Ministry for Justice, Worship and Penitentiary Institutions.
The Moroccan Minister for Justice, Mohamed Benabdelkader, closed the conference. It’s aim was to facilitate the integration of the global economy within the system of globalisation and strengthen channels of communication between legal and judicial systems. The delegation from our country praised the successful culmination of the work.
At the end of the conference, the President of the Supreme Court of Justice gave an interview to TVGE, in which he explained that now was the time for judges in our country to obtain more information in order to successfully administer justice in the business field, given that only in that way is it possible to guarantee and attract investors.
The modernisation of the business legal system, the role of the judiciary in the improvement of the business climate; the use of information technology and strategies by regional blocks were the topics covered in the second justice conference in Marrakesh.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea