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Abdullah Bin Sultan Bin Awad Al Nuaimi, Minister of Justice, said the UAE’s leadership has prioritised the country’s legal structure and relevant national legislation to keep pace with global developments, by implementing a proactive legislative and legal strategy.
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In his statement on the occasion of the annual World Law Day on 13th September, Al Nuaimi said that this proactive strategy has helped advance the UAE’s stature in many regional and international indexes, most notably in transparency, rule of law and law.
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