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DRC: Juvenile court registered 192 cases

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The juvenile court in Kinshasa recorded one hundred ninety two cases from January 2012 to these days, said on Friday, February 24, the president of this institution special judicial Daudet Mputu ILUA, a joint delegation to EU-UNICEF.
Kishansa based juvenile court has three judges, a clerk, twenty two deputy clerks, a secretary and thirty social workers.

Operational since April 2011, this special court operates in two rooms in the building of the Peace Court Ndjili thanks to the support of external partners including the United Nations Fund for Children (UNICEF).

This agency of the UN system has offered to donate a special tribunal of thirteen tents, accompanied by about fifty chairs and four tables. Twelve of these tents were unfortunately washed away by rain.

The President of the Juvenile Court in Kinshasa would especially like to see its jurisdiction be enhanced by computer equipment. For both kits provided by UNICEF him appear, he said, short of the requirements in the handling of cases.

Another major concern raised by the president judge Mputu Daudet, this is the lack of ways to help kids:

“We have no means of transportation to ensure better protection compared to children in conflict with the law and children in difficult circumstances.”

The president judge of the court Ndjili has also recognized the need to continue and strengthen the training and sensitization of police and of those involved for any minor offense directed to a children’s court.

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