Talks under way to set up “Arab Court for Human Rights”

His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa of Bahrain and Nabil El Araby, Secretary-General of the Arab League, discussed in Manama last night, the King’s initiative on establishing “Arab Court for Human Rights”.

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Published: Wed 27 Feb 2013, 5:50 PM

Last updated: Sat 4 Apr 2015, 8:00 AM

King Hamad praised the Arab League’s interest to adopt the initiative that seeks to support human rights, and dignity, affirming the importance of polishing Arab people’s skills and capabilities that are the main pillar for Arab countries’ comprehensive development. He expressed appreciation, for the wide participation in the conference, which promotes the culture of human rights principles, and raises awareness on this issue.

Dr. Al Araby is here to attend the Manama Conference, on studying HM the King’s initiative, for the establishment of an Arab Court for Human Rights, which concluded yesterday, Bahraini news agency, (BNA) reported.

Bahraini King also commended Arab league’s tremendous efforts, in reinforcing joint Arab work, and supporting Arab cooperation and coordination, in order to serve their goals, against recent challenges. He also hailed its efforts, to keep up with political development, and to preserve security and stability, and achieve the aspirations of Arab people, for further prosperity.The King affirmed Bahrain’s support, to all steps taken by the Arab League, to strengthen relations, and activate cooperation between its member states, and reinforce joint Arab work for the best interest of Arab countries, and its peoples.

For his part, the Arab League secretary-general, hailed the King’s initiative, to establish an Arab court for human rights, which is a vital step, for the development of Arab world.

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