Justice Minister Idriss Ibrahim Jamil said that the lawyers represent an integral and important part of the justice process of establishing foundations for the rule of law and the restoration of rights, indicating to the close cooperation and coordination between his ministry and the Bar Association in all legal fields.
Jamil met with Dean of the Bar Othman Mohamed Sharif expressing his hope that this cooperation will expand in order to achieve objectives of the legal system as a whole and emphasized that the lawyers are major tributary for the accumulated experiences and studies conducted by the Ministry of Justice besides the additional role of monitoring and rectifying the legal process.
He touched on his ministry’s role of preparing draft laws to be approved adding that lawyers participated in all preparation and amendment committees before submitting them to the Council of Ministers and the National Council for approval.
“These,” the official explained,” include the Civil Procedures Code, the Penal Code and Criminal Procedures code, after they have been amended,” he said.
On the other hand, Sharif said that the visit to the Ministry of Justice aims to enhance relations with the ministry and cement the foundations of justice before all courts of law and in the legal and constitutional fields.