The Constitutional Court announced, in a statement, on Sunday, the expected participation of its President, Omar Belhaj, in the work of the Fifth International Conference on Constitutional Justice in Bali, Indonesia, during the month of October.
According to the statement, the conference, which will be held from 4 to 7 October, will discuss the topic of “constitutional justice and peace.”
The same source indicated that Omar Belhaj, who is participating in this conference at the invitation of the President of the Indonesian Constitutional Court and the Secretary-General of the World Conference on Constitutional Justice, will chair the first session entitled “Sources and Jurisdiction.”
In this regard, the Constitutional Court will participate in the work of the “Joint Meeting of the Asian Association of Constitutional Courts and African Constitutional Courts, which will be held on the eve of the Fifth Conference in Commemoration of the 1955 Bandung Conference, as the second representative of the African continent,” according to the statement.
The World Conference on Constitutional Justice currently includes “119 courts, constitutional councils and supreme court from Africa, North and South America, Asia and Europe. of the same source.
It should be noted that the President of the Constitutional Court will be accompanied during this conference by the two members of the Constitutional Court, Misbah Manas and Abdel Wahab Khareef.