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Ministry of Justice and Human Rights (Chad)

IntroductionEdit

The Ministry of Justice and Human Rights of Chad is structured in the following manner:[1]

  • Cabinet Office
  • General Inspection
  • Central Administration
  • Judicial services
  • Joint regional delegations
  • Organizations under guardianship

In keeping with the overseeing of human rights, the ministry manages the following judicial services:

  • Court of Appeal
  • Courts of the Grand Instances
  • Labor Courts
  • Courts of Commerce
  • Justice of the peace

List of ministers (Post-1960 upon achieving independence)Edit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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