New Guinea Ministry of Justice
"All people equal. All people just."
Functions and Structure
The Minister of Justice heads the Ministry of Justice and is responsible to the First Citizen for the Ministry and the courts system. The Ministry has two main areas of activity. The first involves public prosecutions, legislation, and legal advice. Professional responsibility for this area is borne by the Attorney-General, who is legal advisor to the Government and head of the country's judicial system. He is assisted by the Legal Advice and Legislation Divisions, as well as by the Public Prosecutor's Office.
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