NAUSS workshop on Arab and international justice systems concluded
April 7, 2010
A workshop focused on systems of Arab and international justice, organized by Nayef Arab University for Security Sciences (NAUSS), ended its deliberations in Riyadh today. NAUSS President Dr. Abdulaziz Al-Ghamdi noted that the organization of the event comes within the framework of the ongoing cooperation between the university and the Supreme Council of Magistracy.
President of the Supreme Council of Magistracy Dr. Saleh bin Humeid stressed the importance of the workshop, which enabled participants to get acquainted with different systems of international justice and the experiences of Arab states. Observing that the Kingdom has lately paid a great deal of attention to the judiciary system, he lauded the significance of the training role being played by NAUSS.
Participants at the workshop reviewed a number of topics, including the International Court of Justice, the International Criminal Court, Amnesty International, Interpol and other relevant international organizations, in addition to the judiciary systems of various Arab and European countries.
A workshop on money-laundering and terrorism-financing, organized by NAUSS, also concluded its deliberations in Riyadh today.