His Excellency President Dr. Rashad Muhammad Al-Alimi, Chairman of the Presidential Leadership Council and members of the Council, Aidarous Al-Zubaidi, Abdul Rahman Al-Muharrami, Dr. Abdullah Al-Alimi, and Othman Mujalli, held a first meeting with the leaders of the judiciary, which took its legal oath today, Sunday.
During the meeting, His Excellency President Dr. Rashad Muhammad Al-Alimi, Chairman of the Presidential Leadership Council, spoke to the leaders of the judicial authority, in which he stressed the Council's keenness to enhance the independence of the judiciary, maximize its role in achieving justice and the rule of law, and defend the constitutional order and national identity.
He also congratulated the women of Yemen on the presence of a woman at the top of the pyramid of the judiciary for the first time in the country's history. "The independence of the judiciary is the fortified fence of the rule of law, and one of the important guarantees of constitutional legitimacy, strengthening the prestige of the state, combating corruption, and deterring any attempt to abuse power," he said.
The Chairman of the Presidential Leadership Council praised the role of loyal men of justice in warding off sedition, lifting grievances, strengthening the people’s confidence in their constitutional institutions, and rallying around the project to restore the state, and its inherent right to monopolize power and power.
He also drew attention to the importance of taking into account the exceptional circumstances the country is experiencing, not disrupting people's interests, and urgently deciding on citizens' civil, criminal, and commercial interests, and everything that would mitigate the impact of this war that was ignited by the Houthi militants supported by the Iranian regime, in their quest.
In this context, he affirmed the commitment of the Presidential Leadership Council to respond in the future to the request to reconsider the decisions to which unconstitutionality applies according to final and final provisions. And the importance of working together to protect the existing consensus and fill the legal and knowledge gaps faced by the executive authorities during the current stage, and to provide the necessary advice in this regard.
The President and members of the Presidential Leadership Council exchanged discussions with the leaders of the judicial authority, and heard from the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Judge Mohsen Yahya Talib, a full explanation about the conditions of judges and judicial institutions and the requirements for strengthening their presence in governorates.
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