The contribution of defense personnel is a fundamental pillar for the effectiveness and efficiency of justice – Day 24

“The contribution of defense staff members is a cornerstone of the effectiveness and efficiency of justice,” Mohamed Abdel-Nabawy, Managing Director of the Supreme Council of the Judicial Authority, First President of the Court of Cassation, said today. , Thursday, in Dakhla.

In a speech during the 31st conference of the Association of Moroccan Bar Associations, organized from November 24 to 26, Abdel Nabawi underlined, under the motto “The legal profession in Morocco, continuous national struggle, urgent professional security and permanent African affiliation” , on the importance of the role of the Defense Authority “in the exercise of the judicial function”, which fulfills its functions by virtue of its monopoly of the defense profession and its mandatory presence in most proceedings”, noting that ” Their contribution to these procedures is an essential pillar of the effectiveness and efficiency of justice”.

In this sense, he cited the duties of the defense body in professional law, which “assists the judiciary, contributes to the achievement of justice and is considered part of the judicial family”, pointing out the need to adhere to the principles of honor. , integrity, dignity, good customs and traditions of the profession, given that “the exercise of the profession is carried out in accordance with its right and with the procedures provided by law, in order to provide assistance to the function judicial, either with respect to sessions or proceedings.

He explained that respect for the judiciary is a duty imposed on all people, and that “professionals in the justice family are the first to be concerned about it.” Abdel Nabawi revealed that “the legal profession is based on well-established customs and traditions, best principles and values”, urging the fulfillment of its noble mission, adherence to its traditions and customs, and firmly clinging to sublime values ​​and principles. of Justice.

Likewise, he recalled the great transformations that are taking place in the justice system, “because the stage defines the establishment of the judicial authority as the third authority in the state. It is then a stage of building new structures, transferring power from one side to another, and regulating relations between the authorities,” noting that its implementation “requires a lot of wisdom, cooperation, and the primacy of public interest.”

And after praising the convening of this conference in the Dakhla-Oued Ed-Dahab region, which “constitutes the African depth of the Kingdom of Morocco in its relationship with the countries of the south”, Abdel Nabawi expressed his wish that his work be crowned of success, and that would lead to “conclusions that serve justice and the interests of the litigants, and elevate the status of the defense profession” and preserve its legal splendor, its legal nobility and its noble morality”.