Maafushi Court introduces Video Conferencing

Maafushi Court has started using video conferencing technology during court proceedings, writes CNM.

The video conferencing technology was inaugurated in a special ceremony today by Chief Judge at the Criminal Court Abdulla Mohamed.

The court informed media that with appropriate use of the technology, it will be able to save approximately MVR1 million (US$65,000) per month.

CNM reported that the state has had to spend excessive amounts on transporting criminals held at Maafushi Prison for remand trials in the capital Malé.

Source: CNM


One thought on “Maafushi Court introduces Video Conferencing

  1. Abdulla Mohamed, eh?

    I guess this is the start of state-sponsored child porn films.

    "Reenact that"


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