The Qatar International Centre for Conciliation and Arbitration (Qicca) at Qatar Chamber affirmed yesterday that the economic growth witnessed by Qatar in various fields “was accompanied by an advanced judicial legislative development.”
At the opening session of a symposium on Qatar’s court system yesterday, Qicca board member Sheikh Dr Thani bin Ali al-Thani said increasing the number of cases pending before the courts “is a manifestation of economic activity in the state,” and a positive indication of the large number of commercial transactions within the community.
Sheikh Thani stressed that Qicca is working to contribute to the state’s commitment to promoting the rule of law, justice, and judicial integrity, establish legislative policies, and preserve and strengthen the basic elements of the family and society.
The symposium, which was organised with the support of the Qicca, Qatar lawyers, and the Qatari Centre of Social Cultural for the Deaf, was attended by a large number of legal professionals and lawyers.
During the sessions, the symposium discussed a number of issues related to the court system in Qatar, where participating legal experts and judges discussed the principle of the rule of law in Qatar, and enhancing the effectiveness and independence of the judiciary in the country.
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