Incorporated effort key to improve justice and good governance: Muktar

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Addis Ababa, 9 February 2014 (WIC) – Ministry of Civil Service emphasized that integrated effort of leadership, professionals and stakeholders is key to improve justice and good governance.

In his concluding remarks to the two-day national justice and good governance forum, Minister of Civil Service and Coordinator of Good Governance Reform Cluster with the rank of Deputy Prime Minister Muktar Kedir said consolidated effort is the only choice to permanently alleviate bottlenecks in the justice sector.

The plan was designed based on the identified challenges in justice and good governance both at Federal and Regional levels, WIC learnt.

Stakeholders participated in the forum has evaluated the plan as realistic and it could help to carry out the growth and transformation plan of the sector in the remaining period.

Upgrading professional skills, strengthening institutional capacity and fighting rent-seeking and corrupt attitudes are some among others incorporated in the plan.

According to Muktar, the collaboration among all stakeholders of the justice sector could have significant role in implementing the plan successfully.

Minister Justice, Getachew Ambaye, on his behalf, said having strengthened the upgrading of leadership and professional skills in the sector, consolidated effort will be exerted to implement the plan effectively.

Getachew added that the justice and good governance plan will come to a reality only with the ownership and participation of the entire people.

Stakeholders participated in the forum vowed to take their shares in assuaging the bottlenecks in the justice sector in collaboration with the government.