Algeria – A competition is expected before the end of 2018 to train 270 magistrates-trainees for a period of four years instead of three, announced Monday in Oran the Minister of Justice, Keeper of the Seals, Tayeb Louh.
In a statement to the press, on the sidelines of the inauguration ceremony of the new headquarters of the Court of Oran, the minister pointed out that the future magistrates will follow their course in the new high school of magistracy of El Koléa , with the implementation of a new training system, adapted to the recommendations of the national justice sector reform commission.
Tayeb Louh said that the content of the old program has been changed to 60%, including the introduction of new modules such as that of international arbitration, which must be in tune with developments recorded at the scale national and international, the increase in the number of hours of mastery of languages since the new program attaches great importance to Arabic, Tamazight, French and English.
In this context, the Minister specified that a larger volume of time will be reserved for the English language "because, research in all areas, including law, require perfect command of this language." Training and investment in the human resource "is a fundamental axis of the program of the President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelaziz Bouteflika", he recalled in this regard.
For Tayeb Louh, the justice sector has taken major steps in terms of modernization. "Magistrates today have an appropriate legislative system that allows them to handle complicated cases and deliver justice fairly," he said.