Sunday, 24 October 2010

US keen to upgrade Yemeni judicial system


on Sunday the keenness to develop the bilateral cooperation ties with Yemen in judicial and legal areas.

During his meeting with head of the Supreme Judicial Council and head of the Supreme Court Essam al- Samawi, the US ambassador said that the US is ready to present all requested assistance to develop judicial system in the Yemen.

The US will keep on supporting Yemeni efforts in fields of development, security and counterterrorism as well as in enhancing role of law and law enforcement, Feierstein said.

Al-Samawi acquainted the US ambassador with the developments exerted in the judicial area, topped by legalizing the Islamic Sharia and enhancing the judiciary independence.

He also confirmed the Yemeni Judiciary's commitment to implement all international conventions in a way that is not incompatible with the Yemeni constitution and laws and the Islamic Sharia as well.

He pinned hopes for an American support to strengthen the judicial cooperation between Yemen and the USA.

for the efforts and program aiming to develop the infrastructure for the judicial sector and training its cadres in addition to providing the Yemeni courts with new techniques to be connected in one network.

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