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    Minister of Justice Khaled Shawani refers the draft law amending the legal fees to the Council of Mi

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    Minister of Justice Khaled Shawani refers the draft law amending the legal fees to the Council of Mi Empty Minister of Justice Khaled Shawani refers the draft law amending the legal fees to the Council of Mi

    Post by rocky Tue 29 Nov 2022, 4:51 am

    [size=46]Minister of Justice Khaled Shawani refers the draft law amending the legal fees to the Council of Ministers[/size]
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    Today, Tuesday, the Federal Ministry of Justice announced the referral of a draft law amending the legal fees to the Council of Ministers to complete its legislative procedures.
    The ministry said in a statement, “The Federal Minister of Justice, Khaled Shawani, approved today the draft law amending judicial fees No. (114) for the year 1981, and it was referred to the Council of Ministers for the purpose of completing its legislative procedures.”
    The statement confirmed that the Minister of Justice is following up on the issue of amending the Law on Justice Fees, which guarantees allocations for employees to the extent commensurate with the services they provide and the large revenues collected for the state budget as a result of the work entrusted to the Ministry of Justice, in addition to raising the standard of living for the Ministry’s employees and encouraging them.

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