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A massive purge of the country’s judiciary has taken place in DR Congo. President Joseph Kabila has sacked about 256 magistrates on Monday for not having law degrees. Meanwhile, they have been accused of corruption, which is also a factor for their dismissal. According to the Congolese government, these judges did not fulfil the right conditions of the judiciary to function as magistrates in the country.

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