Minister of Justice Jamal Mohammed Omar said on Sunday the government has all along been devoted to re-operate courts to restore the formidability of the state.
In a statement to Saba, the minister said that "there can be no real development or stability without an independent judiciary."
"Based on this the Prime Minister issues directives to restore the infrastructure of courts and public prosecutions that have been subjected to an entire damage at the cost of YR 800 million," he said.
After last week's reshuffle in the judiciary sector, the re-appointed judges and other judiciary officials were sworn in today before the chairman of the Supreme Judiciary Council Ali Naser Salem, the chief of the Supreme Court, Hamoud al-Hitar and the Public Prosecutor Ali Lawash.
The Minister of Justice said their swearing today in the temporary capital Aden is a fruit of the government's efforts to restore the judiciary's stability.
The return of the judiciary to operation will halt crime and open the door of obtaining one's rights and claims.
The minister said that the Aden Appeals Court, Seera Primary Court, the former HQ of the Justice Ministry, the Public Funds Court and the Documentation Department buildings are under rehabilitation.
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