Bahrain approves new laws for 'speedier justice'.Byline: Manama
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The Cabinet has approved new laws New Laws: see Las Casas, Bartolomé de. aimed at slashing slash·ing
1. Bitingly critical or satiric: slashing wit.
2. Dashing; pelting: a slashing hailstorm.
3. court waiting lists. A 'deliberation room' will be set up at the Cassation CASSATION, French law. A decision which emanates from the sovereign authority, and by which a sentence or judgment in the last resort is annulled., Merl. Rep. h.t. This jurisdiction is now given to the Cour de Cassation.
2. Court to help speed up verdicts on appeals.
This new procedure will also cover pleas against deficient de·fi·cient
1. Lacking an essential quality or element.
2. Inadequate in amount or degree; insufficient.
a state of being in deficit. proceedings or contest of legality le·gal·i·ty
n. pl. le·gal·i·ties
1. The state or quality of being legal; lawfulness.
2. Adherence to or observance of the law.
3. A requirement enjoined by law. Often used in the plural. , the Cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Shaikh Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, revealed.
'The decision aims at reducing waiting time for court appeals to be settled,' Cabinet Minister Shaikh Ahmed bin Ateyatala Al Khalifa said.
The Cabinet then congratulated outstanding students in all educational establishments.
It also paid tribute to Education Minister Dr Majid Al Nuaimi and other officials for their efforts to develop the standards of education in Bahrain.
In other developments, ministers hailed the decision by the UN Human Rights Council to endorse Bahrain's periodic review.
'The UN watchdog approval reflects Bahrain's reputation on the international arena,' said Shaikh Ahmed.- TradeArabia News Service
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