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    ICT Minister, Prosecutor General Sign Cooperation Protocol to Modernize Public Prosecution Work System

    Cairo, 5 November 2016

    Prosecutor General Judge Nabil Ahmed Sadek and the ICT Minister Yasser ElKady have signed a joined cooperation protocol between the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) and the Public Prosecution to develop and modernize the work system of Egypts Public Prosecution, as well as activating the use of ICT tools in its work system. the protocol is in line with the national plan of the Public Prosecution to modernize Judicial Performance and services to facilitate litigation procedures through which people are granted their rights in a framework of constitutional and procedural legitimacy.

    Through this protocol, the Public Prosecution aims to implement its plans of developing and modernizing the integrated information systems, and provide technological and informational support to improve its information system, thus serving affiliated sectors. The protocol also complements cooperation between the two parties where a two-year cooperation protocol was signed on 10 January 2010 as a first phase and another five-year one was signed on 23 February 2013 in the second phase.

    The two parties have agreed to add and implement the project of disseminating applications of family prosecution in Alexandria, Matrouh, Suez, Port Said, Ismailia, South Sinai, Damietta, Fayoum, Beni Suef and New Valley. The project comprises modernizing and developing applications, providing licenses for data bases and applications, providing equipment and connection lines, and entering current cases of Public Prosecution through specialized companies. This is in addition to the project of providing e-services to citizens through the Public Prosecution portal after being developed, and conducting training and human development programs for members and employees of the Public Prosecution.

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