Supreme Judicial Council: Bahrain ranks 15th in the world in the effectiveness of the administrative judicial system
The judiciary in the kingdom of Bahrain achieved an advanced position in the Global Competitiveness Report 2017-2018 issued by the World Economic Forum (Davos) in Switzerland, where it ranked 15th in the effectiveness of the administrative judicial system after it was ranked 21st globally.
The judiciary maintained its ranking in competitive indicators, where the “effectiveness of the judicial system in resolving disputes” Index ranked 21st after it was ranked 25th, thus enabling it to jump 4 places from the previous ranking for 2016-2017.
As for the “effectiveness of the administrative judicial system” Index, it reached the 15th place from the 21st place and thus exceeded 6 grades within one year, while the independence of the judiciary index remained at the 32nd place as the previous year.
The president of the court of Cassation, deputy chairman of the Supreme Judicial Council, Chancellor Abdullah Al-Buainain, said on Wednesday that the honorable competitive indicators of the judiciary issued by the World Economic Forum are the result of the work of one team and the concerted efforts of one, and it is also a picture that reflects the success of the judicial authority’s Strategy 2020 through visions, goals and an active role in the judicial system.