Marrakech: ِApril 3, 2018
The Minister of Justice of the Kingdom of Morocco, Mr. Mohamed Aujjar, received today Dr. Ali Bin Smaikh Al Marri, Chairman of the National Human Rights Committee. The two sides discussed means of joint cooperation and exchanging experiences and expertise in issues of human rights.
This came on the sidelines of the participation of the NHRC, represented by Dr. Ali Ben Smaikh, at the invitation of the Moroccan Ministry of Justice at the International Conference on ” The independence of the judiciary: guaranteeing the rights of litigants and upholding the principles of justice”, organized by the Moroccan Ministry of Justice, Public Prosecution under the patronage of His Majesty the King, Mohammed VI, King of Morocco during the period from April 2 to 4, 2018.
The National Human Rights Committee called for recognition of its regional and international efforts to spread and establish human rights culture and to achieve best practices in this regard through international conferences organized in Doha to discuss the most important threats to human rights issues in the Arab region and the Middle East. The conference was attended by more than 40 justice ministers from around the world, as well as heads of the Supreme Judicial Councils and heads of public prosecution, as well as human rights organizations, professional bodies, experts and academics from around the world. In order to discuss the independence of the judiciary between guaranteeing the rights of litigants and respect for the rules of justice through the development of the independence of the judiciary in the world’s variables, enhancing the efficiency of judicial administration and developing the institutional capacities of the justice system.