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Rwanda Voted To Host Next Africa Prosecutors Association Summit

Rwanda was on Thursday unanimously selected as the next host for the Africa Prosecutors Association (APA) in November.

Prosecutor General, Jean Bosco Mutangana, who attended the APA Executive Committee meeting in Tangier, Morocco, announced the development on Twitter.

The ongoing meeting in Morocco is focusing on Africa Uniting Against Crime under the auspices of the Africa Prosecutors Association.

The meeting was hosted by the Kingdom of Morocco represented by M’Hammed ABDENABAOUI, the Attorney General of the King, who is also the President of the Public Prosecution in Morocco and chaired by Justice Nabeel Sadek, President of APA and Prosecutor General of Egypt.

Meanwhile, Rwanda holds the position of Vice President for APA elected last year for two years mandate.

In the picture, from right to left, Justice Nabeel Sadek, M’Hammed Abdenabaoui (second right), Prosecutor General JB Mutangana (middle) and left is Prosecutor General of Dakar, Lassana Diabe Sibe.

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