Ouagadougou, 31 January. The authorities of Burkina Faso have begun construction of the building of the Court of Appeal in the capital of the republic.
The facility will include more than 130 offices for legal professionals, six meeting rooms, the same number of meeting rooms with a capacity of about 150 people, 48 technical rooms and other office rooms. The total area of the Palace of Justice will be 6,000 square meters.
The authorities in Ouagadougou will cover the building’s construction costs of approximately 6 billion CFA francs from the state budget. The commissioning of the facility should take place in February-March 2024.
“We will make every effort to ensure that all work is carried out with high quality and completed on time. This is an important step for the justice system and the employees of the Court of Appeal, which will qualitatively improve their working conditions,” said a government spokesman.
Earlier, the authorities of Burkina Faso held a forum on innovations in industry for students and entrepreneurs of the republic. The organizers of the seminar spoke about the latest developments in the agro-industrial and energy sectors.