Morocco's CSPJ, Supreme Court of Indonesia Sign MoU in Judicial Field
First president of the Court of Cassation, deputy chairman of the Supreme Council of the Judiciary (CSPJ) Mustapha Fares, signed, on Wednesday in Rabat, a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on the promotion of judicial cooperation with president of the Supreme Court of Indonesia, Muhammad Hatta Ali.
The memorandum of understanding, signed at the headquarters of the Court of Cassation in the presence of the Indonesian ambassador to Morocco, aims to strengthen cooperation in the areas of judicial reform, judicial transparency, digitization of courts, judicial administration of courts and training of judges, as well as research on bilateral legal aid.
Speaking on this occasion, Fares stressed that this memorandum of understanding is likely to consolidate the rich heritage built between Indonesia and Morocco over the years, through numerous meetings, visits and agreements in various fields, and will constitute a solid basis for a truly unique partnership that will establish a prosperous future based on shared values.
This agreement shall also establish outstanding judicial and legal cooperation with a clear vision for the future, and increase the opportunities to benefit from the judicial knowledge and experience accumulated by both judicial institutions, he said, stressing the need to attach due importance to this agreement in order to further strengthen relations between the two countries.
For his part, Muhammad Hatta Ali, praised the fact that this agreement represents a "historic milestone" in the solid relations between the two countries in the various fields, expressing confidence in the success of this cooperation thanks to the will and similarities between the Moroccan and Indonesian legal systems.
Hatta Ali said that his country aims to exchange expertise and knowledge in the judicial field with Morocco, and to organize training sessions and meetings for the benefit of judges serving justice in both countries.
MAP 04 December 2019