Attorney General proposes measures to improve judiciary work

finance & economy - June 10, 2021

Attorney General Siddiq Al-Sour discussed on Tuesday, with Parliament Speaker Aqila Saleh, the difficulties encountered by the prosecutor's offices and requirements to develop legislations.

Al-Sour said during his meeting with Aqila in al-Qubba city that the National Congress and the House of Representatives have issued many legislations related to the judicial work, but the judiciary and the Public Prosecution had no say on the matter.

For example, the conditions set for a criminal prosecution, including requesting permission from many sectors, contradict the principle of equality before the judiciary and the law.

Al-Sour emphasized the need to conduct research studies to consider the existing legislations and enhance communication between the Attorney General and the oversight committees of the House of Representatives, to promote harmony among various authorities.


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