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Luke Rawalai
Thursday, February 28, 2013

Justice program

THE Judicial Department in Labasa visited Naravuka in Seaqaqa for an awareness program on legal topics. Acting Chief Registrar, Mohammed Saneem said the program was part of their ongoing efforts to educate people at grassroots level about legal matters and to familiarise them with the justice system and how it worked. "The Judicial Department has various awareness programs that are conducted throughout the year and this is the start of such programs in the north," he said.





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