Sharia courts to complete e-transformation by 2023

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AMMAN — Chief Islamic Justice Abdul-Hafiz Al-Rabtah said that completing the e-transformation in Sharia courts across the Kingdom is slated to be completed by the end of 2023, Al-Mamlaka TV reported.اضافة اعلان

King Abdullah received on Sunday the annual report on the conditions and workflow of the Sharia courts for the year 2021.

The report included the prominent achievements during that year, the main indicators of the courts’ work, the department’s aspirations and future ambitions, as well as the challenges facing the implementation of its plans, especially since the report coincided with the centenary of the state and the centenary of the Chief Islamic Justice Department.

Rabtah said that the Sharia courts heard 98.3 percent, or 100,000, of the cases it received last year, a 19 percent increase over 2020.

Around 70,000 e-cards have been issued, which allow payment through ATMs for court services, Rabtah said.

He said that around JD35 million had been collected through the court’s e-payment service last year.

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