by Peter Orengo
THE Judiciary of Tanzania has started the construction of six High Court buildings to be known as Integrated Justice Centres (IJC), a major project to be implemented in five regions of Dar es Salaam (which will have two buildings), Mwanza, Dodoma, Arusha and Morogoro.
Such court buildings are like one stop centre, meaning that one building will accommodate all judicial services from Primary Court level to the Court of Appeal.
Thus, IJC will comprise the Primary Court, the District Court, the Resident Magistrates’ Court, the High Court and the Court of Appeal.
According to information published on the Judiciary’s website, the Constitutional and Legal Affairs Standing Committee started last week visiting the construction projects of various court buildings implemented countrywide and has been satisfied with the construction progress.