French training for Qatar’s public prosecutors

August 2, 2010
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Qatar and France have signed a cooperation agreement to train Qatari public prosecutors in France to improve their work skills.

Under the agreement signed in Paris by Ali bin Fetais Al Marri, Qatar’s Attorney General, and Jean Francois Tony, President of the French Judicial Institute for Higher Studies, Qatari prosecutors will be trained on the use of French in legal and judicial domains and will enrol in high-level specialised judicial courses by French legal institutions.

At later stages the trained prosecutors will enrol in master’s degree programmes in criminal law and other specialisations required by the General Prosecution office, Qatari daily The Peninsula reported on Monday.

The agreement was concluded to help strengthen legal and judicial cooperation between Doha and Paris and is in line with 2030 Qatar National Vision to ensure that highly trained and qualified Qatari staff are in all national institutions, the newspaper said.

         

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