Issue 23

Issue 232018-12-09T10:55:26+00:00

Editorial
‏National Office for Human Rights in Kuwait

By: Prof. Badria A. Al-Awadi
Chief-in-Editor

One of the most important measures of establishing the National Office for Human Rights in Kuwait has been completed through the issuance of an Emiri Decree on the formation of its Board of Directors consisting of Kuwaiti competencies with diverse human rights and legal expertise, as well as the promulgation of law no. 67/2015, amended on 3 April 2018.
It is well known that the establishment of this office came within the framework of Kuwait’s cooperation with the requirements of UN General Assembly Resolution 48/134, which encourages Member States to: “Establish national institutions for the promotion and protection of human rights” as well as in response to a proposal by the United Nations Human Rights Council after their review to Kuwait’s human rights record in 2010, which has been implemented by several Arab and Islamic countries, including Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Tunisia and others.           Read Full Text

Content

The Crime of Aggression in International Criminal Law

Dr. Saleh Nasser Al Otaibi
Associate Professor of Private Law – Kuwait International Law School

Constitutional Reforms in Jordan after the Arab Spring

Dr. Bader Saad Al Otaibi
Lawyer at the Court of Cassation and the Kuwaiti Constitutional Court – and a member of the Kuwait Bar Association

The responsibility of the real estate developer in Qatari law- Study in the law of regulation of real estate development No. 6 of 2014

Prof. Adnan Ibrahim Sarhan
Professor of Civil Law – University of Sharjah – United Arab Emirates
Prof. Mohammed Suleiman Al Ahmed
Professor of Civil Law, University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

Minister and Ministry in the Saudi Administrative Organization Dr. Ibrahim Alhudaithy

Prof. Abdul Hafeez Oskin
Professor of Bioethics – Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of law – University of Oran – Vice President of Disability Observatory – Occupational Rehabilitation and Health Ethics – Algeria

The right to take Countermeasures and their Appropriateness As an option to Respond to Hostile Cyber Attacks

Dr. Abdullah Abdul Karim Abdullah
Assistant professor of Civil Law – College of Law – University of Qatar

Guarantees of suspension according to Algerian law of Criminal Procedure

Dr. Issam Saeed Abdel-Obeidi
Associate Professor of Public Law – College of Law – University of Sharjah and Mosul University

Recent judicial developments in appealing the State contracts ” Comparative Study ”

Anwar M. S. Masadeh
Assistant Professor of Criminal Law – Law Dept. ABMMC – Doha – Qatar

The right to Vote and to Candidate between Constitution and the law in Kuwait

Dr. Jihad Deif Allah Thiab Al-Jazi
Assistant Professor of Administrative Law – Faculty of Law – Amman Arab University – Jordan

Recent judicial developments in appealing the State contracts ” Comparative Study ”

Dr. Nora Memeti
Assistant Professor – Kuwait International Law School – Doha – Kuwait

The right to Vote and to Candidate between Constitution and the law in Kuwait

Dr. Husam Botosh
Associate Professor of Commercial Law – Head of Private Law Department – College of Law – University of Qatar