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Nyanza: ILPD-Intensive 9 months Training for Persecutors, Judges and Lawyers

Submitted by on December 7, 2011 – 4:37 pmNo Comment

Prosecutors, Judges and Lawyers from all over the Country are undergoing 9 month training at a Law School- ILPD Nyanza in Southern Province. The number of the participants is 39.

ILDP/Nyanza Building                                            some of the graduates of ILPD- Nyanza


The training emphasizes Legal Practice; how to prosecute, gathering evidences and how to present them in court, standing as a lawyer and follow up of the cases concerning prosecution.

RUZINDANA Alexis in charge of training at ILDP-Nyanza says that the training aims at giving more information to Prosecutors, Judges and Lawyers and other members from Justice related sections.

He continues to say that, “what they study at school is not enough because they have to add extra skills in order to deliver effective services”. The training is always given to new and on job workers in ILDP-Nyanza.

Niyibizi Julien one of the participants told Kigali Today that advanced procedures are used in training them in what is called “moot court” where they act as if they are in court and how the court is especially during prosecution on a certain case.

The training is divided into three phases; theory, stage performance and writing a book.



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