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Chancellor Abu Sharar Briefs Civil Society on Reality and Developments of judiciary  


06/04/2022

  

Chief of Supreme Court/ Cassation Court, Chief Justice, Chancellor Issa Abu Sharar, briefed a delegation from civil society on the progress made in the performance of the judiciary, the challenges facing it, and the amendments to procedural laws

This came during an expanded meeting on Wednesday 11th of April 2022 with representatives of civil society institutions that concerned with judicial affairs and the Independent Commission for Human Rights

Chancellor Abu Sharar assured the progress in the performance of judicial bodies despite the significant burdens placed on them, in light of shortage in the number of judges, offset by the continuous increase in incoming cases. H.E. pointed out in this regard that Ramallah Criminal Body, which is made up of 3 judges, is considering 1195 felonies

Concerning the amendments of the procedural laws, Chancellor Abu Sharar explained that the amendments came mainly in order to provide legal tools for judges to control cases, to reduce protracted litigation, and to respond to modern developments in the field of notifications

Chancellor Abu Sharar pointed out that High Judicial Council addressed the Independent Commission for Human Rights and the Bar Association, to make any preliminary observations for a discussion at Coordination Council for the Justice Sector before the date of its enforcement by the first of next June

Chancellor Abu Sharar listened to the participants' interventions on several issues related to the recent developments in judiciary, and he commented on them

For his part, Director of Independent Commission for Human Rights Dr. Ammar Dweik cleared that there is consensus between the commission, Bar Association and relevant civil society institutions to submit detailed and joint observations on the amendments of procedural laws, expressing his hope that there will be flexibility and response to any serious observations