Saudi Judicial center launched to boost productivity

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The center aims to follow up on court and notarial office performances digitally in order to enhance daily productivity. (SPA)
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The center aims to follow up on court and notarial office performances digitally in order to enhance daily productivity. (SPA)
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The center aims to follow up on court and notarial office performances digitally in order to enhance daily productivity. (SPA)
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The center aims to follow up on court and notarial office performances digitally in order to enhance daily productivity. (SPA)
Updated 12 September 2019

Saudi Judicial center launched to boost productivity

  • Al-Samani: the Judicial Command Center will monitor performance indicators and predict any possible issues in the workflow before they occur, providing solutions to improve judicial services as well as client satisfaction

JEDDAH: Saudi Justice Minister Dr. Walid Al-Samaani, who is also president of the Supreme Judicial Council, has inaugurated the Judicial Command Center in Riyadh, which monitors the ministry’s strategic and operational indicators, enables rapid response, and streamlines justice services.
The center aims to follow up on court and notarial office performances digitally in order to enhance daily productivity in different legal entities and provide support to clients.
“The Judicial Command Center will monitor performance indicators and predict any possible issues in the workflow before they occur, providing solutions to improve judicial services as well as client satisfaction,” Al-Samaani said.
The center will also provide support to legal entities, and will be considered a baseline for development and achievement of the ministry’s National Transformation Program 2020, he added.


Saudi forces intercept ballistic missiles over Riyadh and Jazan

Updated 29 March 2020

Saudi forces intercept ballistic missiles over Riyadh and Jazan

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s air defense forces shot down ballistic missiles toward Riyadh and the southern city of Jazan late on Saturday.

Col. Turki al-Maliki, spokesman for the Saudi-led Arab coalition helping Yemen's legitimate government, said the Royal Saudi Air Defense Forces intercepted and destroyed at 11:23 p.m. on Saturday two ballistic missiles over Riyadh.

At least one missile has also been intercepted over the southern city of Jazan, according to Al Arabiya sources.

Al-Maliki said the missiles were fired by the "Houthi terrorist militia" from Sanaa and Saada in Yemen toward civilian objects and civilians in the Kingdom.

Lt. Col. Mohammed Al Hammadi, media spokesperson for the Civil Defense in the Riyadh region, said two civilians from separate neighborhoods in the capital were injured by falling debris from the intercepted missiles as they exploded in mid-air.

There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack, but Yemen’s Iran-aligned Houthi terrorists have previously targeted Riyadh and other Saudi cities with missiles, rockets and drones.

Three explosions were heard in the curfew-locked capital before midnight amid efforts to curb the coronavirus pandemic, residents said on social media.

It was the first major assault on Saudi Arabia since the Houthis offered last September to halt attacks on the Kingdom after devastating twin strikes on Saudi oil installations.