Solemn court hearing at the Supreme Court has marked the solemn reopening of the judicial year in Cameroon.
The session that was presided over by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Lord Chief Justice Daniel Mekobe Sone was state dignitaries including the Prime Minister – Head of Government, Joseph Dion Ngute, members of government and heads of diplomatic missions accredited to Yaounde.
The traditional ceremony which is in its sixth edition featured presentations on two themes.
Lord justice Daniel MEKOBE SONE in his speech elaborated on the challenges of penal protection of payment and lending instruments with respect to the business climate in cameroon.
The CEMAC law and Cameroon penal instruments to improve the business climate in cameroon were put in to question.
According to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Cameroon economy is facing difficulties and the judicial sector has a great role to play in the protection of payment and lending instruments.
The ceremony was also occasion to underscore the penal protection of electronic payment techniques in Cameroon and the CEMAC zone signed in Yaounde on April 4th, 2003.
Daniel MEKOBE SONE in his address also emphasis on the processing in a payment system.
The Attorney General, Luc NDJODO on his part highlighted the protection of liberties by judicial authorities in Cameroon.
He reiterated the legal notion of the habeas corpus which demostrate that, even in detention, a human being still has rights.
The Procureur General also emphasised that no one is to be imprisoned without a fair trail.