ALGIERS- The president of the constitutional court, Omar Belhadj, received Tuesday in Algiers the minister of Justice of Libya’s Government of National Unity, Halima Ibrahim Abderrahmane, who is on a working visit to Algeria.
During this meeting, the two parties “welcomed the deep relations linking the two sisterly countries and the high level of their cooperation, reviewing the means and prospects for their strengthening in various fields, particularly in the field of constitutional justice,” said a statement from the Constitutional Court.
On this occasion, Mr. Belhadj highlighted “the importance of the continuous in-depth reforms initiated in Algeria under the insightful leadership of the President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune with the aim of building the new Algeria, particularly in terms of consolidation of the guarantees of the independence of justice through the creation of the Constitutional Court with an exceptional composition and broad reforms”.
For her part, the Libyan Minister of Justice underlined the “extreme importance” given by the authorities of her country to the development of bilateral cooperation relations with Algeria.
At the end of the meeting, the two officials reiterated “their willingness to work to further strengthen consultation, cooperation and exchange of experiences and visits between the two countries, particularly in the areas of justice and constitutional justice.
Bilateral cooperation in legal, judicial fields discussed
Minister of Justice Abderrachid Tabi received, Tuesday in Algiers, his counterpart in Libya’s Government of National Unity, Halima Ibrahim Abderrahmane, who is on a working visit to Algeria.
During this meeting, which took place at the headquarters of the Ministry of Justice, the two parties discussed the ways and means of strengthening bilateral cooperation in the legal and judicial fields, as well as the exchange of expertise in the best interests of the two sisterly countries.
In a statement to the press, the Libyan minister specified that during this “important and fruitful” meeting, several topics related to the promotion of legal and judicial cooperation were discussed, through, in particular, the exchange of expertise in the field of Judicial police and forensic medicine.