Title: Minister of Justice in Weekly Speech Forum at Information Ministry
Author: Sudan News Agency
Date: 05-30-2016, 04:51 PM
04:51 PM May, 30 2016
Sudan News Agency-Khartoum-Sudan
Khartoum, May 30 (SUNA) - The weekly speech forum of the Information Ministry is due to host the Minister of Justice, Dr. Awad Al-Hassan Al- Nour, to cast light on the issues of justice and law reform and affairs of his minstry.
The will be on Wednesday at 02:00 p.m. in hall of the spokeman of the Ministry of Information.
Invitation to attend the forum is directed to the media, press and news agencies.
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