MUKASINE MARIE CLAIRE SWORN IN AS THE CHAIRPERSON OF THE NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS

MUKASINE MARIE CLAIRE SWORN IN AS THE CHAIRPERSON OF THE NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS

On June 29, 2020, Mrs. Mukasine Marie Claire sworn in as the Chairperson of the National Commission for Human Rights before the Supreme Court headed by its President and the President of the High Council of the Judiciary, Dr Nteziryayo Faustin.

The ceremony took place at the Headquarters of the Supreme Court and was attended by the Judges, Commissioners in the National Commission for Human Rights, the Secretary General, the former Chairperson, the staff of the Commission, family members and friends of the new Chairperson of the Commission.

After the National Anthem, Mrs. Mukasine Marie Claire took the oath of office and immediately signed it.

In his remarks on the swearing-in ceremony, the President of the Supreme Court, Dr Nteziryayo Faustin, was pleased to receive the oath of office of the Chairperson of the National Commission for Human Rights and wished her to fulfil his mission to provide her contribution so that our Country should comply with the principles of human rights.

He promised the partnership of the Supreme Court as the protection of Human Rights is a difficult task that requires the collaboration of all Institutions for a Country to make more achievements.