The Minister of Justice, Keeper of the Seals, Abderrachid Tabi presented, on Monday, four bills before the Committee on Legal and Administrative Affairs of the Council of the Nation, said the upper house of Parliament in a statement.
These include the draft organic law setting out the modalities for the election of members of the Supreme Council of the Judiciary (CSM), the draft law on the judicial division, the draft law setting out the organisation, composition and powers of the High Authority for Transparency, Prevention and the Fight against Corruption, and the draft law amending and supplementing Ordinance No. 75-59 of 26 September 1975 on the Commercial Code.
This meeting is part of the Council’s examination of the four laws submitted by Council President Salah Goudjil to the Committee on Legal and Administrative Affairs, Human Rights, Local Organisation, Regional Planning and Demarcation, in order to examine them and prepare preliminary reports, the same source said.
In their speeches, the members of the commission highlighted the content of these texts and praised the efforts of the state to “build the new Algeria that everyone aspires to build and to establish its foundations on the basis of law, justice and equality between all citizens within the framework of respect for the Constitution”.
They also asked questions and made comments on some provisions included in the texts of these laws.
For his part, the representative of the Government responded to all the interventions of the members of the commission, noting “the determination of the State to move forward to achieve the objectives expected by all”.