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Mrs. Marie Saine-Firdaus, Attorney General and Secretary of State for Justice of the Republic of The Gambia, leads a delegation to Taiwan
Date: 2007/10/23    Data Source: 公眾外交協調會
At the invitation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mrs. Marie Saine-Firdaus, Attorney General and Secretary of State for Justice of the Republic of The Gambia, Chief Justice Abdou-Kareem Savage and Mr. Haruna Jaiteh will visit Taiwan from October 22-26. This is their first visit and the three-member delegation hopes to gain a better understanding of Taiwan’s judicial system, as well as political and economic development here. The delegation will visit the Judicial Yuan, the Ministry of Justice and the Supreme Court, and will attend a luncheon hosted in their honor by Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Yang Tzu-pao. They will also visit iconic sites, including the Southern Taiwan Science Park, Kaohsiung Harbor, China Steel Corp and Taipei 101. Mrs. Marie Saine-Firdaus is a young and promising stateswoman with abundant academic and professional experience. She gained her Masters at Law at the University of Pretoria, South Africa, and was formerly a technical legal adviser to the Office of the President. Chief Justice Savage is a senior legal advisor for the government of The Gambia. He has acted as a judge in all tiers of courts and has rich experience in practicing law, and was appointed Chief Justice in February, 2006. The Republic of The Gambia is one of Taiwan’s most loyal African friends and has shown its staunch support over the years by speaking out for Taiwan in the international community. This year, The Gambia spared no effort in assisting with Taiwan’s bid to join the United Nations under the name of Taiwan.(E)
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