Arab conf. suggests launching judicial training academy

KHARTOUM, March 3 (KUNA) — Wrapping up their 24th conference on Thursday, heads of the Arab judicial institutes recommended launching an Arab academy for judicial and legal training as an affiliate of the Arab League.
The conferees agreed to boost experience sharing and visit exchanges among the Arab judicial institutes, according to the final statement of the gathering.
They tasked the Arab center for legal and judicial researches with working out an agenda for the visit exchanges among distinguished trainees of the judicial institutes of the Arab countries, and organizing an annual prize for eminent researchers in this domain.
The statement underlined the significance of the roles of judges, barristers and solicitors in doing justice to plaintiffs.
The conferees called for careful selection of candidates for training courses at the Arab judicial institutes and suggesting introducing to the curricula a subject on behavior of judges.
The recommendations also included offering the necessary legal and judiciary assistance to Djibouti.
Kuwait was represented at the three-day gathering by director of Kuwait Institute for Judicial and Legal Studies Justice Adel Al-Isa. (end)