Oman reviews criminal judicial procedures with GCC states

Muscat: The Sultanate of Oman today participated in the 2024 interactive programme for employees of GCC Supreme Courts and Courts of Cassation.

The Supreme Judicial Council represented Oman at the meeting, held via videoconferencing. The meeting elaborated on issues of criminal conciliation and criminal settlement, in addition to a proposal on “Placement of offenders under electronic surveillance, submitted by the Federal Supreme Court in the United Arab Emirates.

Oman was represented at the meeting by Sheikh Mohammed Abdullah Al Hajri, Judge of the Supreme Court, Head of the Criminal Chamber, and Badr Mohsen Al Rashidi, Judge of the Supreme Court, Member of the Criminal Circuit.


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