The Ministry of Justice’s (MoJ) strategy was outlined before the Cabinet Wednesday, the official Qatar News Agency reported.
This came at the Cabinet’s regular meeting at the Amiri Diwan, which was chaired by HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz al-Thani. Following the meeting, HE the Minister of Justice and Acting Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs Dr Issa Saad al-Jafali al-Nuaimi issued a statement on the details of the proceedings.
Based on the directives of HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior on providing the Council of Ministers with plans related to the competencies of ministries and other government agencies, public bodies and institutions, including all implementation programmes and projects, the specified timetable for completion as well as standards and indicators for measuring performance progress in line with the comprehensive development vision, Qatar National Vision 2030, in addition to highlighting any partnership projects between the public and private sectors, if any, HE the Minister of Justice and Acting Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs gave a presentation on the strategic plan for the MoJ.
The presentation included:
The provision of distinguished legal services to the beneficiaries, as follows:
n Supervising the practice of legal professions and real estate brokerage.
nEnsuring public access to fast and automated services.
n Providing legal training for the target groups in the state’s administrative apparatus.
n Serving government agencies in reviewing international agreements and contracts and acting on their behalf in cases brought by or against them.
The ministry is working to achieve the following intermediate results:
n High and flexible institutional capacity that promotes a culture of excellence and creativity.
n Establishing the best legal framework for the legal professions supervised by the ministry and raising the level of legal awareness in society.
n Unified standards for best international practices regarding international agreements and contracts.
n Empowering capabilities and providing technical programmes to ensure the efficient and effective achievement of the case management system.
v Training of legal employees in the administrative apparatus in the country by adopting the latest methods.
n Continuous development of the quality of real estate registration and documentation services.
20 goals were drawn up to achieve the indicated intermediate results, each within its scope.
The ministry seeks to implement the following projects:
1. Automating the work of the ministry’s administrative units.
2. Documenting and managing work procedures on a central interactive knowledge base.
3. Developing the Ministry of Justice’s strategic plan, implementation methodology and performance indicators.
4. Developing a co-operation mechanism between the Ministry of Justice and other government agencies.
5. Studying the possibility of applying modern technologies in the ministry’s procedures and operations.
6. Organising periodic events for employees with the leadership of the ministry to clarify the roles of departments in implementing the strategy.
7. “Proposals” programme.
8. Determining the functional decisions in the administrative units in light of the volume of work.
9. Developing a strategic performance management system.
10. Development of the project management system.
11. Operational support to activate the methodology of measuring strategic performance and project management.
12. Preparing the ministry’s strategic plan in light of the Third National Development Strategy and reviewing the implementation methodology.
13. Establishing a framework for the system for combating money laundering and terrorist financing.
14. Project for job description, classification and arrangement.
15. Development of a portal dedicated to services related to real estate brokers.
16. Media campaign for modern administrative units in the Ministry of Justice.
17. Project for translation of legislations of importance to community issues.
18. Interpretation and explanation of important legal legislations.
19. An online portal for legal affairs.
20. Developing a strategic plan for the arbitration sector.
21. Developing practical training and awareness programmes in the arbitration sector.
22. Developing a legal awareness campaign targeting citizens and residents.
23. A project to provide legal advice to the public through the ministry.
24. Conducting an impact evaluation study for the awareness activities currently being conducted in order to evaluate their effectiveness.
25. Standard online contracts.
26. Digitisation of international agreements.
27. Preparing a guide for preparing draft agreements.
28. Developing state cases system.
29. Developing a mechanism for extract lessons learned from previous cases.
30. A plan to develop the effectiveness and quality of legal training.
31. Digitise and archiving real estate maps.
32. The ‘Sak’ program in the first stage.
33. The ‘Sak’ program in the second stage.
34. Linkage and integration with the geographic information system.
35. ‘Absher’ service project.
The ministry developed a roadmap for the implementation of the aforementioned projects and the measurement of performance of the outputs for the years 2020, 2021 and 2022 for each intermediate outcome projects.
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