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The Ministry of Justice of Burundi performs tasks such as the following:[1]

  • Promote judicial cooperation and training and inspect any related institutions
  • Educate litigants by disseminating legal information and providing translation if necessary
  • Ensure human rights and ministerial collaboration
  • Monitor cases that are gender-based or minor-related violations

The following administrations are under the leadership of the Ministry of Justice:

  • General Directorate of Penitentiary Affairs
  • Directorate of the Conservation of Land Titles
  • Center for Studies and Legal Documentation
  • Professional Training Center of Justice
  • National Service of Legislation

List of ministers (Post-1962 upon achieving independence)Edit

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ReferencesEdit

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  26. ^ "Formation d'un nouveau gouvernement au Burundi". www.panapress.com (in Portuguese). Retrieved 2018-07-07.
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