According to Dom Carlos Matsinhe, the action involves sharing experiences and involving political parties in the management of elections, to allow electoral results to be consensus. Matsinhe was speaking, in Maputo, at the opening of a seminar on illicit and electoral disputes, aimed at Judges, Prosecutors and other bodies of justice. The Judge-Advisor of the Supreme Court, António Namburete, says that it is necessary to train Magistrates in matters of illicit electoral disputes so that they can resolve electoral conflicts in the best way. The seminar on illicit and electoral disputes, which runs until this Thursday, is promoted by the Supreme Court, in coordination with the Attorney General’s Office (PGR), National Investigation Service Criminal (SERNIC) and the National Elections Commission (CNE). The event takes place under the motto: The role of the judiciary in the administration of electoral justice – consolidating the democratic rule of law.

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