Somali President wraps up judicial summit in Mogadishu


MOGADISHU, Somalia – The President of the Federal Republic of Somalia has attended judicial summit which was going on in the capital of Mogadishu.

Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed says his government has taken important steps towards the establishment of an impartial, independent, and credible judiciary.

Mohamed says there have been ongoing efforts to reform the judicial system in Somalia, while speaking hundreds, who joined into the judicial summit in Mogadishu.

He said the main task before his government is to establish a judicial service commission which he says is a necessary for serving impartial to the public.

Mohamed promised the new law will be presented in this year to the House of the People of the Federal Parliament of Somalia to endorse, said in a statement.

He underscored Somalia is committed to boost the capacity of the executive institutions initially Police, custodial corps.

Somali President Mohamed also commended on custodial command for the rehabilitation of the prisoners held at central prison in Mogadishu.

Mr. Mohamed urged all judges to make sure that justice is maintained and avoiding to be bribed.

“I assure you that my government will take the responsibility for their needs and provide enough salary. Thank you for your hard worked”, he said.

“There no other job to do when you work fairly”, Mohamed lauded.