By Nidal Chebbak
By Nidal Chebbak
Morocco World News
Fez, January 31, 2012
The National University of the Justice Sector, under the banner of the National Work Union in Morocco, organized the third edition of the National Day of Clerks. The event was organized under the theme: “What’s the role of clerks in the drafting of comprehensive reforms in the justice sector?” on Saturday, January 28, 2012 at Complex al-Hurriya, Fez.
The opening session started with speeches from Mr. Mohammed Yatim, the General Secretary of the National Work Union in Morocco as well as different representatives from different judicial organizations, commissions and the Ministry of Justice.
Three essential presentations were delivered during the conference tackling different themes:
1- “The Terms of Reference and Functions of the Clerks in the Comparative Judicial Work” by Mr. Boubker Behloul, the Royal Commissioner at the Administrative Court in Fez.
2- “The Constitutional Requirements to Enable the Union a Balanced Performance in the Current Stage” by Dr. Ahmed Moufid, a Professor at the University of Law in Fez.
3- “The Clerk Staff and the Challenge of the Reforms in the Justice Sector: Reading in the National University of Justice Sector Approach” by Mr. Ali Sehoul, a Member in the National Office of the National University of the Justice Sector and a Judicial Commissioner at the Court of Appeal in Rabat.
The conference concludes with a discussion on the presentations and recommendations for better implementing the comprehensive reforms taking place in the justice sector.
The National University of the Justice Sector was established under the banner of the National Work Union in Morocco on June 7, 2008. It has regional offices in different jurisdictions across the kingdom. Its main objectives are:
– Improve the financial and moral conditions of the staff of the Ministry of Justice.
– Contribute to the renewal of the union’s work in the justice sector.
– Contribute to the cognitive, intellectual, administrative and judicial rehabilitation of workers in the justice sector.
– Contribute to the development of programs and draft legislation related to the judicial affairs.
To achieve these objectives, the University holds national and regional events, seminars, workshops and educational conferences to engage its members in the serious work of the union and in the process of the judicial reforms. These events also give opportunity to the Ministry of Justice staff to have a direct constructive dialogue between each other from all over Morocco.
Edited by Benjamin Villanti
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