- Veröffentlicht: 17. Januar 2017
The Ministry of Transport and Communications and the Supreme Judicial Council yesterday signed a memorandum of under-standing (MoU) to modernise and develop courts electronically. Minister of Transport and Communications and Chairman of Qatar e-GOV2020 Steering Committee, H E Jassim bin Saif Al Sulaiti, and Head of the Court of Cassation and President of the Supreme Judiciary Council, Masoud Mohamed Al Amirthe, attended the signing ceremony yesterday. The MoU was signed by Khalid Sadiq Al Hashmi, Assistant Undersecretary, Cyber Security Sector at MOTC and Judge Dr Hassan Mohammed Al-Muhannadi, advisor to the President of the Supreme Judiciary Council.
The MoU is part of the ministry's mission to better serve individuals and business-es, create efficiency in government administration, and develop a more open government with enhanced participation of citizens and residents, as the pro-ject to enhance and develop courts in Qatar is one of the supportive tools to achieve Qatar Government Strategy 2020 objectives, said a statement.
As per the memorandum, both the MOTC and the Supreme Judiciary Council will cooperate in the areas of supporting justice administration, developing courts electronically, and optimizing litigation mechanisms, through the use of the best technological methods to provide better services to litigants, lawyers and stakeholders and make it easier for citizens to support the achievement of prompt justice. The Prime Minister and Minister of Interior HE Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani identified e-Government as a priority and formed a Steering Committee, spearheaded by the Ministry of Transport and Communications.
The Committee was charged with developing and guiding the implementation of a nationwide Digital Government strategy. Qatar Digital Government 2020 is the result of the Committee’s efforts.
Quelle/Source: Zawya, 10.01.2017