President issues two federal decrees appointing eight judges as heads of Federal Court of First Instance

ABU DHABI, 16th November, 2013 (WAM) — President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has issued two Federal Decrees appointing eight new judges to the Federal Court of the First Instance.

The new judges were sworn in today before Dr. Hadef bin Jowan Al Dhahiri, Minister of Justice.

The newly judges are: Mohammed Aderdour, Mohammed Al Mahadi, Abdel rahim Darweesh, Waleed Moheideen Kanakreah, Mohammed Sulaiman Ashtian Al Domour, Khaled Salem Hamoud Al Qatawneh, Ghaleb Ahmed Salem Al Kaloub, Essam Atwah Ouda Al Osaili, who were appointed as heads of the First Instance Court of the second category.

During his meeting with the new judges at the Ministry of Justice, Dr. Hadef welcomed the new judges, stressing the importance of the independence of members of the judiciary, who have great responsibility in serving justice.

He also called for their keen interest in the application of the provisions of the U.A.E. Constitution and laws as the basis for the functioning of judicial work.

The swearing-in ceremony was attended by Mohammed bin Hamad Al Badi, Under-Secretary of the Ministry of Justice.


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