Law and Justice Library Opens in Logar Province

Atiqullah Ludin, Governor of Logar Province

Logar’s provincial government and the Czech Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) opened a new law and justice library building for the provincial court in Pol-e Alam, the capital of Logar province, a press release issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic said today. According to the release, more than 100 hundred employees of the provincial court can use the new offices, meeting rooms and computer working stations equipped with internet access.

“This is a great asset for all the people in Logar, who are interested in law and justice. Not only for judges, prosecutors and officials, but also for students and the wider public,“ said Atiqullah Ludin, governor of Logar province, during the opening ceremony. “They can find everything necessary here –computers, internet and enough space for their work and meetings,” he said.

The project is a part of the Czech support to the governance system in Logar.

August 14, 2011 · admin · No Comments
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