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    Justice, ICT Ministers Hold Extended Meeting to Discuss Cooperation

    Cairo, 6 February 2020

    The Minister of Justice Omar Marwan has met with the Minister of Communications and Information Technology Amr Talaat, at the Justice Ministry General Bureau, to discuss collaborating, supporting the development plan of notarization offices nationwide, and setting a time frame for completing the law enforcement project. A number of deputies and assistants to the two ministers attended the meeting.

    During the meeting, the two sides presented the major difficulties facing the development plan of notarization offices, in terms of the availability of offices, automating and developing the existing ones and raising the efficiency of technical devices and the links between them. This is in addition to updating the software used, in line with the training needs of employees at the Real Estate Publicity Department.

    They also discussed the role of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) in supporting the Justice Ministry’s plan to improve the quality of services provided by notarization offices, as well as the possibility of providing notarization services through post offices, utilizing their availability nationwide.

    Moreover, the two ministers agreed on developing a comprehensive strategy, titled “Digital Egypt's Justice”, in the framework of the state’s moving towards creating a digital society and putting the law enforcement system into effect, nationwide, through linking police stations with investigation bodies, represented in the Public Prosecution and all types of courts. The aim is to create a unified technological judicial system that contributes to facilitating litigation procedures and achieving complete justice.

    They also discussed expediting the project implementation, with its two phases, covering a number of governorates, and agreed on a time frame to complete the implementation of the two phases.

    After the meeting, the Justice Minister stated that Egypt is embracing the digital transformation project, adding that implementing the law enforcement project, digitizing justice procedures and developing notarization offices are top priorities for the Ministry of Justice.

    Marwan praised the cooperation with MCIT and its efforts to support the Ministry of Justice’s automation plans. He also called for discussing the protocol between the two sides, including all judicial bodies and authorities, to ensure coordination of development and automation plans at both ministries.

    For his part, the ICT Minister said that in pursuit of building digital Egypt, MCIT collaborates with different state institutions to achieve digital transformation. This includes collaborating with the Justice and Interior Ministries and the Public Prosecution to develop the justice system using information technology.

    This comes within the framework of achieving complete justice through the law enforcement projects for criminal justice that target creating an accurate complete database for prosecutions, courts and sentences procedures, added Talaat. his is achieved through developing criminal justice applications, completing integration with police stations, the Public Prosecution system, the Court of Cassation and the Constitutional Court.

    This is in addition to developing the Court of Cassation and notarization offices services and launching e-portals for the Constitutional Court, the Public Prosecution and the Ministry of Justice.






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