Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble has commended the progress that Somalia’s judiciary has made in the recent past.
Roble was addressing magistrates and prosecutors during this year’s annual judiciary conference in Mogadishu.
The two-day conference kicked off on January 14.
He also told participants at the conference that the Federal Government of Somalia (FGS) had noted several positive changes in the country’s courts.
The Prime Minister hailed court officials for creating the environment that allows such changes to take place.
Further, he reiterated the government’s commitment to strengthening the judicial system in the East African nation.
Prime Minister Roble advised judicial officers to do whatever it takes to provide and guarantee justice for all Somalis.