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Maraga who spoke when he launched the construction of a Sh 445 million new Mombasa High Court building on Wednesday urged those with information on corrupt officials to report the same so as to facilitate judiciary’s efforts in the war against graft. “Don’t paint all of us as corrupt. We’re doing our very best and we want your support,” he said at a function attended by among others Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho and the Chief Registrar of the judiciary, Anne Amadi. “Where you have issues, we want to request you to come forward. This country needs people who can stand out and be counted. Give us the information and you will see what we will do with any officer involved in corruption,” Justice Maraga urged. He said the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) was committed to ensuring all corruption cases are dealt with in accordance with the law. Last year alone, the Judiciary interdicted over one hundred officials who were found to have dealt corruptly. “As we report in this SOJAR, we have taken disciplinary action against 127 judicial officers and staff who are either on suspension or interdiction as we pursue our policy of zero-tolerance to corruption,” Justice Maraga reported on December 15 when he unveiled the State of the Judiciary and the Administration of Justice Report, (SOJAR) 2016-2017.
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As is customary, the Locarno competition mixes potential discoveries with known festival auteurs such as South Korea’s prolific Hong Sangsoo, who will premiere his “Hotel by the River”; Taiwan’s Ying Liang, whose “A Family Tour” is centered on a female director contending with Chinese censorship; and France’s Yolande Zauberman, whose Israel-set “M” is about a young man from an Ultra-Orthodox community where he has suffered multiple rapes. Switzerland is repped by Thomas Imbach’s road movie “Glaubenberg”, and Italy by Inquisition period piece “Menocchio,” a sophomore work from Alberto Fasulo, whose “Tir” won the top prize at the 2013 Rome Film Festival. British artist Richard Billingham is premiering “Ray & Liz,” based on striking photographs he took of his self-destructive parents in a public-housing apartment on the outskirts of Birmingham; Chile’s Dominga Sotomayor is competing with “Late to Die Young,” (pictured) set in a rural community below the Andes during the summer on 1990; and Argentine director Mariano Llinas is launching “La Flor,” which, with a 14-hour running time, “is probably the longest film in the history of the festival,” Chatrian said. “La Flor” comprises six very different segments that feature the same four actresses as protagonists. Quebecois filmmaker Philippe Lesage, who made a splash with “Demons,” is premiering “Genese,” the story of two adolescent half-siblings, one male, one female, and their parallel experiences with sexuality. From Germany, Jan Bonny’s “Wintermarchen” depicts a real radical xenophobic youth organization that murdered several immigrants. Singapore is repped by Yeo Siew Hua’s noir “A Land Imagined,” about a journalist investigating the disappearance of an illegal migrant worker. Chinese auteur Jia Zhang-ke will preside over the competition jury. As previously announced, versatile French auteur Bruno Dumont will be world premiering his new TV series “Coincoin and the Extra Humans” at the Piazza Grande and also picking up a lifetime achievement honor. The show is the second season of Dumont’s “Li’l Quinquin” series and sees its young protagonist become a French nationalist.
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