Administration of Justice
SILRC Stakeholder Workshop on Draft Report containing proposed recommendations on offences relating to the Administration of Justice: Solomon Islands Law Reform Commission’s Review of the Penal Code.
The Solomon Islands Law Reform Commission (SILRC) will conduct a workshop for targeted stakeholders in Honiara on its draft report containing proposed recommendations relating to offences in the Penal Code on the Administration of Justice on Tuesday 26th April at the Heritage Part Hotel. Around 30 stakeholders are invited and expected to attend this workshop.
The workshop is part of the ongoing work the SILRC is currently undertaking on its reference to review the Penal Code and the Criminal Procedure Code of Solomon Islands. The aim of the workshop is for the SILRC to gather views and comments in relation to the offences, such as perjury, false and misleading information, interfering with judicial proceedings, conspiracy and similar offences. These offences are contained in Parts XI and XII of the Penal Code.
The SILRC draft report contains 19 proposed recommendations which the SILRC staff will facilitate discussions on, and look forward to gather views and comments from the stakeholders invited.