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Shura okays parliament friendship groups to boost ties with countries

Shura okays parliament friendship
groups to boost ties with countries

QNA
Doha
The Advisory (Shura) Council held its regular weekly meeting on Monday under the chairmanship of Speaker HE Ahmed bin Abdullah bin Zaid al Mahmoud.
The meeting approved the formation of Qatari parliamentary friendship groups with parliaments of brotherly and friendly countries to strengthen and promote joint cooperation between the Council and these parliaments in different fields, as well as to exchange views on ties and regional and international issues of common concern.
The friendship groups include the Qatari-Arab Friendship Group, Qatar-Asia Friendship Group, Qatar-Africa Friendship Group, Qatar-Europe Friendship Group, the Qatari Friendship Group with the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand and the Qatari Friendship Group with Latin American and Caribbean countries.
The Council also discussed a draft law on documentation. The draft law includes 37 articles, the first of which defines documentation as a procedure by the notary public or by those delegated by the Minister of Justice, by which the will of the concerned parties is documented in an official record.
The draft law specifies how to document, certify signatures and prove date, in addition to the general provisions on cases where the agency is terminated, copies and electronic procedures, and the organisation and keeping of records, documents and indexes related to documentation.
After discussion, the Council referred the draft law to the Legal and Legislative Affairs Committee to study it and submit a report thereon to the Council.
At the end of the meeting, the speaker briefed the members on his meeting on Wednesday with President of the Supreme Court of Paraguay Dr Jose Raul Torres Kirmser and his accompanying delegation, during which they discussed bilateral relations between the two countries and the ways to develop them in various fields, especially the legislative and legal fields.
Meanwhile, the Legal and Legislative Affairs Committee of the Advisory (Shura) Council held a meeting on Monday under the chairmanship of its Rapporteur HE Nasser bin Rashid al Kaabi.
During the meeting, the committee examined a draft law on documentation and decided to complete its study at the committee’s next meeting.
The committee also discussed a draft law amending certain provisions of Law No. 21 of 2004 regarding ministers and decided to submit its recommendations thereon to the Shura Council.

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