The Role of Justice in Promoting Business Environment

Promoting justice performance is a constant process which requires collective commitment and a strong determination besides a sincere will.  At present, justice systems need to cope with a multitude of challenges and stakes, such as training justice actors, strengthening confidence of the judiciary, and developing justice in a way that best matches the duty of safeguarding rights and freedoms, and preserving the society’s values.

It is the right of the citizen and the duty of the State to develop justice and improve its performance. Actors of justice and human rights fields are required to interact with confidence to enhance the judiciary through its various constitutional, legal, administrative, social and economic dimensions, and to deal realistically with all the opportunities and possibilities available to overcome difficulties, face challenges, attain the highest goals, and enhance coordination, cooperation and constructive dialogues in order to ensure the optimal management of the judiciary,   and the time of its administration, in addition to applying the best practices and principles of transparency and efficiency, and facilitate fluid and simplified access to law and justice in according to the universal dimensions, which have to go hand in hand with improving and developing business environment and stimulating investment.

The professionalism, mobility and speed of circulation which characterize the issues of finance and business are positively reflected on the positions of the judiciary and the quality of jurisprudence which aimed at contributing to the development and controlling business and trade in order to provide a safe environment for investment through  ensuring safety and flexibility of investment-related procedures, and encouraging alternative dispute resolution methods and through applying the principles that promote development, create legitimate competition, fairness and transparency, in commercial transactions to ensure the continuity of the enterprises and the protection of creditors.

In this context, the specialized judiciary jurisprudence in commercial cases and procedures dealing with the difficulties of enterprises presage promising prospects and constitute the indicator of an open judiciary capable of coping with developments and meeting external challenges associated with ensuring economic competitiveness in order to guarantee financial security and establish the investment confidence through respecting the companies’ internal regulations, and enforcing the international conventions on guaranteeing the rights of employees, ethicizing and clearing the field of notary, and implementing a tax justice that adopts the confrontational rules during taxation procedures.

Creating a secure space for investment and stability requires everyone, in their respective fields, to redouble their efforts and maintain constant dynamism and vigilance to keep pace with the mobility of capital, and the social and economic transformations that the world knows. This would achieve the efficiency and speed to which economic actors aspire, and embody the positive determined engagement in a sustainable, equitable and inclusive development paradigm that provides justice and decent living as the basic pillars for building a solid society.

Today, the judiciary is diligently and firmly determined to renew visions and perceptions through its jurisprudence aimed to implement the principles that encourage development in accordance with an open judicial approach, which aims at helping enterprises with financial difficulties, protecting the national economy, contributing to the establishment of efficient business justice, improving governance and management systems, balancing and controlling business relationships by empowering them with flexibility, transparency and efficiency, and gaining the investor’s confidence and establish social peace.

Items to discuss :

  1. The role of justice in the protection of investment.
  2. The qualification of justice members and its relation to the promotion of business climate.
  3. Enhancing trust in the national justice is a guarantee for investment and capital attraction.
  4. Judicial efficiency in business.
  5. Management of judicial calendar and its impact on investment.
  6. Specialized justice and development.
  7. Role of Supreme Courts in achieving judicial security.
  8. Role of Public Prosecution in protecting the business climate.
  9. Communal proceedings as an investment protection mechanism.
  10. International Business Courts and efficiency.
  11. Role and prospects of alternative dispute resolution instruments in enhancing the business climate.