Malawi Government Secures Grant For Feasibility Study For The Judicial Office Complex

The plan to construct a judicial office complex in the capital city, Lilongwe, received a boost recently.

The Chinese and Malawian governments have recently signed three agreements one of which is on Chinese government’s grant to Malawi for a feasibility study for the construction of the judicial office complex in Lilongwe. The Honourable Chief Justice Rizine Robert Mzikamanda, SC was in attendance at the signing ceremony of the agreements which took place on 17th August 2022 at Capital Hill in Lilongwe. The Speaker of the National Assembly, Honourable Catherine Gotani Hara, MP and the Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, Honourable Sosten Gwengwe, MP and the Chinese Ambassador to Malawi, His Excellency Long Zhou were also in attendance.

The Chief Justice expressed his gratitude for the grant and assured the Chinese government that the Malawi Judiciary was committed to ensuring that the project was implemented.

The construction of the judicial office complex is one of Malawi government’s major projects. When completed, it will ensure that all the arms or branches of government have their headquarters in Lilongwe and being centrally located will ease Malawi Judiciary’s operations and also enhance access to justice by the people of Malawi as it will increase office and court space.

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