Posted on December 25, 2019

Sixteen experts took the oath as experts accredited to the judicial authorities in the country, in accordance with the regulations set out in Law No. 16 of 2017 on the regulation of works of expertise.

The experts were handed the registration certificate to start their duties after taking the oath and after they were registered within the roster experts in the Ministry of Justice. They will start providing technical and specialized works of expertise at the state level, in front of the judicial authorities, and any authority determined by a decision of the Minister. This batch includes a number of Qatari cadres in accurate and rare specialties that include weapons, explosives, security, engineering, electronic and chemical systems, electronic crime engineering as well as engineering, real estate and accounting specialties.

After taking the oath, the Minister of Justice and Acting Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs H E Dr Issa bin Saad Al Jafali Al Nuaimi met with the experts, and wished them success in carrying out the tasks assigned to them to ensure the correctness and integrity of the judicial procedures.

The Minister affirmed the Ministry’s readiness, represented by the Department of Experts, to provide full support to the experts and to do everything possible to facilitate their work, adding that the Ministry of Justice is working to develop justice systems. He said that the work of experience is of great importance to provide assistance to the judiciary, in a way that contributes to achieving completed justice and not prolonging litigation. The Minister noted that the Department of Experts in the Ministry of Justice is currently focusing in its work plan on rare and specialized experiences to meet the judicial needs in this regard.

His Excellency added that the Ministry of Justice is keen on developing the rule of law system, and working to provide and facilitate all services related to citizen services in various fields, of which the regulation of works of expertise is one of its most important tools for achieving the desired goals. The Minister said that the Ministry will work to increase the number of experts and diversify their areas of expertise by providing qualified Qatari legal cadres to provide technical expertise in various fields, in order to keep pace with the rapid developments taking place in the country in all fields, to meet judicial needs, and to achieve the goals of the Qatar National Vision 2030. 

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