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Muscat, Jan 7 (ONA) --- Ali al Muhanna, Head of the Supreme Court and the Higher Judicial Council in the State of Palestine and his accompanying delegation, accompanied by Sheikh Said bin Sulaiman al-Maskri, Judge at the Supreme Court visited the Sultan's Armed Forces (SAF) Museum today.
Higher Judicial Council and Court of Cassation President Hisham Tal highlighted the strong cooperative ties between the two countries in various domains, stressing the Kingdom's keenness to offer its full potential and judicial expertise in serving the Palestinians.
KUWAIT, June 11 (KUNA) -- Higher Judicial Council chairman, Chief Justice Faisal Al-Marshad, noted in a statement issued today that he had apprised the office of the public prosecutor to look into " the lying, mendacity, deceit, and falsehood" that sprung out of last night's rally at the Erada square by an opposition group.
Higher Judicial Council spokesman Abdelsattar Bayraqdar told AFP that nine of Essawi's guards were detained under Iraq's anti-terrorism law, and that all necessary arrest warrants had been obtained.
He explained that the court's judges were selected by the Higher Judicial Council with the exception of a single military judge, since the court will try both civilians and military personnel.
At a symposium on Saturday marking the 100th birthday anniversary of the late Judge Musa Saket, former Chairman of the Higher Judicial Council (HJC) and President of the Supreme Court and Cassation, speakers paid tribute to him, reiterating that his perfectionism and conscience in implementing the Constitution and enforcing the Law had laid the
The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques shook hands with Prince Ali bin Al-Hussein, Prime Minister Samir Al-Rifai, Head of House of Notables Taher Al-Masri, President of the Higher Judicial Council Ratib Al-Wazani, Head of the Royal Court Nasser Al-Luzi, Advisors to King Abdullah II of Jordan, Jordanian Ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Qaftan Al-Majali, Saudi Ambassador to Jordan Fahd bin Abdulmohsen Al-Zaid and a number of senior civil and military officials, Arab Ambassadors to Jordan and Saudi Embassy's staff in Jordan.
Mubarak issued a law in 1984, three years after he became president, reinstating the Higher Judicial Council including senior judges.