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Need to develop meetings of GCC Justice Ministers - Shehab.

| By Abdulrazzaq Al-Hezami RIYADH,Oct 2 (KUNA) -- Kuwait's Minister of Justice and Legal Affairs Jamal Ahmad Shehab asserted here on Tuesday the need to develop meetings of Ministers of Justice of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).

The minister told KUNA before leaving Riyadh at the end of the 24th meeting of GCC Ministers of Justice which concluded today that these meetings come to complement to previous meetings aimed to strengthen the bonds of GCC cooperation through its justice and legal systems.

He noted that the meeting tackled many of the important issues chiefly the unified judiciary indicative law, the cyber crime law, and the unified family courts bill.

He said the meeting also touched upon the Ministerial Council's decision on GCC prisoners abroad, adding that ministers had examined this important topic and reviewed report of the Committee of Experts in order to achieve a workable formula and implement the Ministerial Council's decision in this respect.

He said the ministers also looked into other significant subjects which come in line with the initiative of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz to move from the stage of cooperation to unity where the ministers discussed the possibility of approving indicative bills declaratively. (end).

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