Today, Monday, the Minister of Justice, Keeper of the Seals, Abd al-Rashid Tabi, presented the text of the law that regulates the profession of judicial bailiffs before the members of the National Assembly in a public session chaired by the Speaker of the Parliament, Salih Goujil.
During the presentation, which took place in the presence of the Minister of Relations with Parliament, Basma Azwar, Tabib explained that this legal text comes “to enhance the contribution of the judicial record in combating money laundering and prejudice to public money.”
He added that the text includes “three main axes, including what is related to the contribution of the judicial record to combating money laundering and prejudice to public money, within the framework of combating corruption and money laundering and the implementation of Algeria’s international obligations,” noting that the text “obligates the judicial record to inform the specialized body of every operation relating to funds suspected of being obtained from a crime or appearing to be destined for money laundering or terrorist financing.”
In the same context, he pointed out that the text of the law that amends and complements Law No. 06-03 of February 20, 2006, “is part of the framework of consecrating the ongoing reforms in the justice sector, as an embodiment of constitutional provisions and a commitment to the presidential program in its part related to the modernization of the judicial facility and the improvement of space services.”
The text of the law proposes – as it added – “amendments related to regulating the profession of judicial bailiffs and increasing the pace of implementation of judicial rulings in line with the proposed reforms in the draft amendment to the Civil and Administrative Procedures Law that is currently being enriched, and which will be presented to Parliament during the next session.”
It also obliges the judicial record to “adopt digitization, record and preserve paper and electronic documents, and enable it to use the electronic signature and authentication technology approved by Law 03-15 of February 1, 2015 related to the modernization of justice.”
In his response to the discussion of the council members, especially what is related to the inspection of the office of the judicial record “in case of extreme necessity”, Mr. Tabib explained that the cases “may be multiple, including the case of a crime and the suspicion of the record’s involvement in it, which obliges justice to take immediate action”, pointing out that “ After a proposal by the National People’s Assembly deputies during their discussion of the text of the law, an amendment to Article 7 was included, requiring that the head of the regional chamber of bailiffs be notified to attend the inspection and seizure process.
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