President Emmerson Mnangagwa has expressed his administration’s determination to build national cohesion, economic growth and prosperity in the country.
Officiating at the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) 2021-2025 strategic plan launch in Harare on Wednesday, Mnangagwa said the strategic plan was a critical agenda towards entrenching constitutionalism and rule of law.
“The second republic is determined to enhance national cohesion, economic growth and prosperity and to also build an environment where our people, at all levels can realize their full potential. There is no going back on development course we have chartered.
“To this end the JSC is a critical state institution in our ongoing reform agenda, with regards entrenching constitutionalism and the rule of law as building blocks in our national development agenda,” said Mnangagwa.
He also added that his administration continues to craft and adopt progressive policies that are meant to grow the economy and lift millions out of poverty.
“These policies are anchored on vision 2030, whose major objective is to foster inclusive economic growth and realize a high-quality life for our citizens. The objective of vision 2030 dovetail with those of the African Union’s Agenda 2030, which require every member of the continental bloc to position itself to achieve a better quality of life for its people,” added Mnangagwa.
Speaking at the same event, United Nations Resident Coordinator, Maria Robeiro encouraged the commission to implement the plan to enhance citizen access to justice, fairness and equality on women.
“UN strongly encourages JSC to implement its plan towards access to justice and fairness in the rule of law as it the key to sustainable development ,” said Rebeiro
Chief Justice Luke Malaba said the fight against corruption and incompetence within JSC was noted committing to tirelessly work tirelessly to improve justice delivery system in the country.