Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied Principle
Tanzania Primary Courts:The Case Study Of Iringa Municipal
In Tanzania legal system, Primary court is the court of first instance that handles a multiple of original jurisdiction cases both criminal and civil, but there is no any clear provision of law which provides for the limitation of time for disposing the cases under Magistrate court Act [CAP 11 R.E 2002] as a results the room for violate the principle of justice delayed is justice denied is become open.
that is the point in which author of this work come up with alternative ways in order to overcome this problem to ensure the principle of justice delay is denied is well complied so in order to make sure "Justice should not only be done, but should seen to be done".
Frank Francis Mwela a Tanzanian, hold L.L.M Masters degree of Laws in Human Rights From Ruaha University College he got between 2010 to 2011, also he cut across Muungano primary sch.
and Ruvema day sec.
he work as Lawyer at Mwakabungu Law Chambers at Iringa Municipal, also work as a researcher with Revolution Africa.
He was Born in 1984