Egyptian government launches electronic litigation platform for economic courts

The Minister of Justice Omar Marwan said that Egypt seeks to achieve digital transformation to ensure accuracy of work and high-quality performance.

This step is an implementation of Egypt’s Vision 2030, towards implementing digital transformation in state institutions.

In the presence of the Minister of Communications and Information Technology, the General Manager of Microsoft Egypt, and the Chairman of Link Development Company, Minister of Justice Omar Marwan launched the electronic litigation platform for economic courts.

The Minister indicated that the electronic litigation project is a nucleus for the dissemination of litigation procedures remotely to keep pace with the requirements of this era and achieve prompt justice, praising the great role of the Ministry of Communications in providing the logistical. He extended his thanks to the Ministry of Finance for its constructive role In implementing the project and providing the means of financial linkage, as well as the tangible effort made by the Ministry of Planning to coordinate with business partners and overcome the obstacles to launching the project.

At the end of his speech, the minister expressed that the Ministry of Justice is keen on being active in the digital transformation system and seeks to do more. This includes the electronic filing of the lawsuit and the litigation before the court, and even the appeal of the preliminary ruling issued.

Moreover, Mirna Aref the General Manager of Microsoft Egypt, said that the electronic litigation platform will speed up litigation procedures with the highest standards of safety and transparency, which contributes to attracting investment, improving the work environment and achieving sustainable development.



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