Royal support for independence of the judiciary stressed

Friday 10th Nov 2017

Manama, Oct. 11 (BNA): His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa took pride in Bahrain’s long judicial experience, stressing keenness to support the independence of the judiciary and its qualified cadres to enable them to play their vital role in promoting principles of justice and equality and protecting freedoms and rights of citizens and residents alike.
This came as HM the King today at Sakhir Palace received President of Court of Cassation, Vice-President of Supreme Judicial Council (SJC), Chancellor Abdulla bin Hassan Al-Buainain, accompanied with judges Abdulaziz Farahat and Shareef Shadi, who were appointed by a royal order to the Court of Cassation.

Judges Farahat and Shadi sworn in before HM the King, who congratulated them and wished them success in taking on the national responsibility.

HM the king expressed appreciation of the sincere efforts of the judicial branch members, noting the constant development witnessed by the Bahraini judicial system.

HM the King emphasized that the Kingdom of Bahrain is pushing forward with the development and modernization process in various fields to bring more achievements in the interest of the homeland and citizens.

MJ

BNA 1754 GMT 2017/10/11


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