The means to promote cooperation in the fight against trafficking in human beings were on the menu of a meeting, Wednesday in Rabat, between the Superior Council of the Judicial Power (CSPJ) and the Agency for the prevention and the fight against DR Congo trafficking in persons (APLTP).
During this meeting, the emphasis was placed on the perspectives and possibilities of cooperation in various fields, particularly that of the fight against trafficking in human beings, but also in judicial matters, exchange of experiences and training. Congolese magistrates.
“We came to meet the summit of the judiciary to discuss issues that concern us, including trafficking in persons and the functioning of the judiciary in the Kingdom of Morocco,” said the Congolese coordinator of the APLTP, Cécile Rébeca Meta Kasanda , during a meeting with the first president of the Court of Cassation and deputy president of the CSPJ, Mohamed Abdennabaoui.
“Morocco is making progress in the fight against human trafficking” she affirmed, adding that her country “will do everything to imbibe it”.
The Congolese official noted that the judicial structure of the two countries as well as the related missions are almost identical, except for some differences in the mode of appointment, while insisting on the capital importance of the independence of the judiciary.
Focusing on the implementation of this collaboration, Ms. Kasanda welcomed the exchange of experiences and good practices with her Moroccan counterparts.
For his part, Majda Daoudi, member of the CSPJ stressed that this meeting with the APLTP of the DR Congo is part of the opening of the council to its external environment, especially African.
In a statement to the television channel “M24”, the magistrate affirmed that the deputy president of the CSPJ presented, on this occasion, an overview on the judicial system in the Kingdom, while the Congolese party made a presentation on the functioning of the Agency for the Prevention and Combating of Trafficking in Persons.
During a meeting on Monday with members of the National Commission for the Fight and Prevention of Trafficking in Human Beings, the coordinator of the rd-Congolese APLTP, said she was “particularly interested” by the experience of the Morocco in this area.
The Congolese official had a series of meetings with Moroccan officials in order to benefit from the national experience in particular in the fight against trafficking in human beings.