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Iraqi courts proceed with the electronic communications shorthand for the time and effort

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Post by rocky Mon 17 Oct 2016, 4:27 am

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[rtl]The judiciary has announced direct Iraqi courts the adoption of technology in communications and correspondence shorthand of time and effort and keep up with the developed countries.[/rtl]
[rtl]The head of the resumption of the Rusafa judge Jassim Mohammed Aboud said in a statement to inform the judiciary got "direction Press" a copy of it today that "asylum Iraqi courts to follow the e-mail to conduct judicial Altbaleg which came after directing the Supreme Judicial Council provides a lot of effort and time and helps speed up the resolution of lawsuits ".[/rtl]
[rtl]And illness in the resort to make Altbaleg by e-mail, Abboud found that "this action comes within the framework keep pace with progress depending on the field of communications and technology," pointing out that "this directive is not limited to correspondence between the provinces of the country but also to Altbaleg to persons residing outside Iraq".[/rtl]
[rtl]Abboud and criticizes "the role of the commissioner of police stations in this business for lack of adequate information about how to perform Altbaleg."[/rtl]
[rtl]Abboud called in this context to "the need to train Commissioners of police stations through their inclusion in the training courses in coordination with the federal judiciary."[/rtl]
[rtl]In spite of that, the head of the resumption of the Rusafa saw "no reason to worry about the presence of errors in Tbaleg police commissioners because the presence of a person on the day of the hearing continues this defect and initiate court proceedings, but if proven wrong not to attend the person to be notified postpone the hearing and be reported again ".[/rtl]
[rtl]And on the Notifications mechanism out of the country and the difference on the action at home Abboud points out that "Altbaleg within the country differs from the outside."[/rtl]
[rtl]Judge Abboud pointed out that "the period of time set by law for reporting within the country of not less than three days between the date of notification and conduct the hearing if either was reported out of Iraq, the duration of not less than 15 days nor more than 25 that."[/rtl]
[rtl]He stressed that "judicial proceedings Altbaleg outside Iraq to be by the book directs the appeal to the State Department and then be approaching the competent authorities in the country where the person is required to reside notified and after a notification is sent back the same mechanism," pointing out that "coordination between the judiciary and the Foreign Ministry well in this area and did not encounter any problem. "[/rtl]
[rtl]In this regard, the judge speaks achieve specialized court claims integrity in Baghdad, Mohammed Salman for submissions outside of Iraq, "International", saying: "These notices are not easily because the role of the Iraqi judiciary only on the borders of the region is limited," and pointed out that "those submissions are subject accurately Relations international and need international coordination and bilateral agreements and diplomatic efforts. "[/rtl]
[rtl]Salman stressed in a statement to "eliminate", there are some conventions that have joined Iraq that will facilitate communications procedures between countries such as the Riyadh Agreement, which was held between the Arab states.[/rtl]
[rtl]Salman explained that "this agreement has given the power of the States acceding to make submissions by appealing directly to those countries without resorting to the embassies."[/rtl]

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Post by rocky Mon 17 Oct 2016, 5:45 am

Iraqi courts adopt "electronic communications" to reduce the time and effort

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Twilight News / Iraqi courts began adopting technology in communications and correspondence shorthand of time and effort and keep up with the developed countries.
And received guidance of the Supreme Judicial Council to conduct judicial notifications by e-mail, a big welcome and praise from the judges.
The head of the resumption of the Rusafa judge Jassim Mohammed Aboud in a report for the judiciary responded to the Twilight News, said that "asylum Iraqi courts to follow the e-mail to conduct judicial Altbaleg which came after directing the Supreme Judicial Council provides a lot of effort and time and helps speed up the resolution of lawsuits."
And illness in the resort to make Altbaleg by e-mail, Abboud found that "this action comes within the framework keep pace with progress depending on the field of communications and technology," pointing out that "this directive is not limited to correspondence between the provinces of the country but also to Altbaleg to persons residing outside Iraq".
Abboud and criticizes "the role of the commissioner of police stations in this business for lack of adequate information about how to perform Altbaleg."
Abboud called in this context to "the need to train Commissioners of police stations through their inclusion in the training courses in coordination with the federal judiciary."
In spite of that, the head of the resumption of the Rusafa saw "no reason to worry about the presence of errors in Tbaleg police commissioners because the presence of a person on the day of the hearing continues this defect and initiate court proceedings, but if proven wrong not to attend the person to be notified postpone the hearing and be reported again ".
And on the Notifications mechanism out of the country and the difference on the action at home Abboud points out that "Altbaleg within the country differs from the outside."
Judge Abboud pointed out that "the period of time set by law for reporting within the country of not less than three days between the date of notification and conduct the hearing if either was reported out of Iraq, the duration of not less than 15 days nor more than 25 that."
He stressed that "judicial proceedings Altbaleg outside Iraq to be by the book directs the appeal to the State Department and then be approaching the competent authorities in the country where the person is required to reside notified and after a notification is sent back the same mechanism," pointing out that "coordination between the judiciary and the Foreign Ministry well in this area and did not encounter any problem. "
In this regard, the judge speaks achieve specialized court claims integrity in Baghdad, Mohammed Salman Notifications outside Iraq (International), saying that "These notices are not easily because the role of the Iraqi judiciary only on the borders of the region is limited," and pointed out that "those submissions are subject thoroughly international relations and the need to coordinate international and bilateral agreements and diplomatic efforts. "
Salman stressed, there are some conventions that have joined Iraq that will facilitate communications procedures between countries such as the Riyadh Agreement, which was held between the Arab states.
Salman explained that "this agreement has given the power of the States acceding to make submissions by appealing directly to those countries without resorting to the embassies."

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