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Cabinet Approves Draft Law Amending Some Provisions of the Law of Criminal Procedure

03 Nov, 2022 08:00 AMQatar News Agency (QNA)Intended Audience
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HE Sheikh Khalid bin Khalifa bin Abdulaziz Al Thani, Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, chaired the regular meeting held by the Cabinet at the Amiri Diwan yesterday noon. 

During the meeting, the Cabinet considered the topics on the agenda as follows:

First - Approval of a draft law amending some provisions of the law of criminal procedure promulgated by Law No. 23 of 2004.

The preparation of the draft law is part of a package of legislation in the implementation of the lofty directives of HH the Amir – may God protect him – regarding the development of justice systems to achieve prompt justice, which is indispensable for the stability of transactions and ensuring rights.

Second - Approval of a draft law on documents and archives, and referring it to the Shura Council.
The draft law aims to regulate the handling, classification, preservation, and protection of public, historical, national, and other documents.

Third - Approval of a draft Amiri decision regulating the Qatar National Archive.
The National Archive aims to organize the collection and preservation of documents and archives, classify their confidentiality and supervise them. To achieve this, it has the right to exercise all the powers and competencies necessary to achieve its objectives.

Fourth - Approval of a draft decision of the Minister of Transport to issue the executive regulations of Law No. 8 of 2019 regulating land transport.

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