Libya Minister of Justice Halima Ibrahim Abderrahmane recently held discussions with directors of forensic medicine offices, focusing on the development of the forensic medicine system and improving the capabilities of experts and doctors involved in justice delivery.
The talks aimed to establish ways to promote the performance of forensic medicine within the country’s justice system.
By enhancing forensic medicine practices, Libya seeks to ensure more accurate and efficient justice delivery, which can contribute to the overall stability and safety of the nation.
The meeting highlighted the importance of continued investment in the training and development of forensic experts and doctors in order to maintain high standards in the field.
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