Issue 24

Issue 242019-01-21T05:54:02+00:00

Editorial
Legal Stability and the Problems of Preparing and Drafting Legislations and Laws

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

Recently, there have been an increase in substantive and formal observations regarding the contradiction and inconsistency in the provisions of a number of laws, legislations and regulations, whether issued by the legislature or the executive branch, including the Anti-Corruption Authority Act, the Conflict of Interests Act, and the Competition Protection Act which is currently under amendment. This is in addition to the rejection of other acts, such as the early retirement law, not only because of the government’s objection to some of its clauses, but also because of the conflict between these clauses. This constitutes a real problem in relation to drafting and establishing jurisprudence as well as coordination and cooperation between the relevant parties in this regard.
These flaws and problems represent negative phenomena in the work of legislators and regulators. These problems should be corrected, but they certainly appear more frequently within elected and active parliaments, especially those with high levels of parliamentary coordination or government coordination. This is because the elected members are keen on participating in the legislative initiative through proposing laws or announcing their support to proposals of other MPs, as well as compatibility and coordination with the government, especially if it is a parliamentary government that is supported by a parliamentary majority, or a technocratic independent government seeking to meet the needs of its people, as is the case in Kuwait.           Read Full Text

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The Crime of Aggression in International Criminal Law

Prof. Mohammad Abdulmohsen Almoqatei
Professor of Public Law
President of KILAW

Constitutional Reforms in Jordan after the Arab Spring

Dr. Alyamamah Khudair Al-Harbi
Assistant Professor – Private Law
Kuwait International Law School

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. Mohammad Arfan Al Khatib
Professor of Civil Law – Law Department – Ahmed bin Mohammed Military College
Doha – Qatar – Faculty of Law – University of Damascus – Syria

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

Dr. Saad Abdulkareem Abulghanam
Assistant Professor of Commercial Law
School of Law – University of Jordan
Dr. Basim Mohammad Melhem
Associate Professor of Commercial Law – Police Academy – Qatar
School of Law – University of Jordan
Prof. Bassam Hamad Al Tarawneh
Professor of Commercial Law – Faculty of Law
University of Philadelphia – Jordan

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

Prof. Nisreen Mahasneh
Professor of Civil Law – College of Law – University of Qatar

Guarantees of suspension according to Algerian law of Criminal Procedure

Dr. Muhammad Hamli
Professor – Head of “Law and Political Science” Department
Institute of Law and Political Science – University Center of Maghnia – Algeria

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

Dr. Mohamed Morsi Abdo
Assistant Professor of Commercial Law
College of Law – University of Sharjah – UAE

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

Dr. Khaled Hassani
Prof. Lecturer – Faculty of Law and Political Science
University of Abderrahmane Mira-Bejaia – Algeria

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

Dr. Mohammad Hasan Abdullah
Assistant Professor of Civil Law – College of Law
University of Ajman – UAE

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

Dr. Omar Abdul Majeed Musabah
Assistant Professor of Criminal Law – Law Department
Community College – University of Sharjah

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

Dr. Dina Hadad
Assistant Professor – KILAW

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

Dr. Bouazzaoui Boujema
Professor of Administrative Law – Faculty of Juridical – Economic and Social Sciences-Agdal
University of Mohamed V – Rabat – Kingdom of Morocco