President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi met with Minister of Justice, Counselor Omar Marwan today.
Presidency Spokesman, Counselor Ahmed Fahmy, stated that the President was briefed on the key areas of development in the litigation system across the Republic. These developments aim to improve courthouses and justice facilities, as well as strengthen the use of advanced technological solutions. President El-Sisi also received updates on the progress of work in the Justice City in the New Administrative Capital, which will streamline litigation procedures for citizens and promote the digitalization of the judicial system.
Additionally, President El-Sisi was informed about efforts to modernize the Real Estate Registration System, specifically the Remote Document Issuance Unit of the Ministry of Justice. This unit is now capable of issuing final official powers of attorney remotely, as well as providing various certificates from the primary, district, and economic courts, ultimately facilitating processes for citizens and aligning with the development of public services in the country.
The meeting also discussed efforts to improve the efficiency of the committee responsible for managing abandoned and neglected vehicles. The President instructed for the establishment of modern centers for impounded vehicles, as well as the automation of their operations, in a manner consistent with the law and ensuring the protection and maximization of their utilization.
President El-Sisi emphasized the need to adhere to specified deadlines for the completion of the Justice City, in order to ensure a qualitative improvement in the Egyptian litigation system. He also praised the efforts to issue documents remotely and emphasized the importance of expanding this service to Egyptian embassies and consulates abroad. The primary goal is to streamline the interactions of citizens with the judicial system while protecting their rights and interests.
Distributed by APO Group on behalf of The Presidency, The Arab Republic of Egypt.