CAIRO, May 31 — Judges from 11 Arab countries, including Kuwait, met in Cairo on Saturday to discuss bylaw of the Arab union of administrative judiciary, part of common Arab action.
Justice Dr. Jamal Nada, Chairman of the Egyptian Council of State, said judicial cooperation among Arab countries “will ultimately honor aspirations of Arab societies.” Addressing the meeting, Nada said there was a need to combine the state councils and administrative courts in the Arab countries into a unified and organized entity.
This union, he added, would boost relations, exchange expertise, spread judicial culture, and unify administrative law principles.
Nada called for the establishment of a training center for Arab judges to offer courses in administrative law.
Kuwait is represented by Justice Mohammad bin Naji, Chairman of the Court of Appeals and member of the Surpeme Judicial Councoil.