Minister of Justice: All legal requirements for Qatar 2022 World Cup ready

Minister of Justice: All legal requirements for Qatar 2022 World Cup ready By Atif Ansari - March 22, 2022

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HE Masoud bin Mohammed Al Ameri, Minister of Justice, said that all the legal requirements for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 are ready, and that Qatar and the whole world are awaiting the historic moment, which is only months away from now. During the conference on security and legal measures to host the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, which was organized yesterday by the Centre of Legal and Judicial Studies at the Ministry of Justice, the minister added that the Qatari legal system provides an ideal framework to secure major events and activities, including hosting the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, which will be the most prominent event in the world during the next stage. HE Al Ameri said that thanks to the support and guidance of the wise leadership, the legal legislation for hosting the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 has been introduced, which is classified within the legislation for specific occasions. He pointed out that these special legislations include special provisions for organising, facilitating and ensuring the security and rights of regulators and participation in this event. The minister said that based on this comprehensive vision, Law No. (10) of 2021 regarding the arrangements for hosting the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 was comprehensive and regulating all legal procedures related to hosting the World Cup, and the law was consistent with local systems and international requirements. HE al-Ameri noted that the measures taken include the efforts of the Public Prosecution and other security and legal authorities, which harnessed their capabilities to provide an ideal environment to host this global event. On the other hand, the conference reviewed the legal and security measures for hosting the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar, during which Lieutenant Colonel Ahmed Ali al-Mannai spoke about the security aspect, and Hussein Osama al-Mubaidin, Senior Legal Adviser to the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, spoke about the legal aspect. The participants explained that the contract to host the 2022 World Cup created commitments and guarantees from the government of Qatar and the FIFA that necessitated the development of a legislative mechanism that constitutes a comprehensive framework for these commitments, which was embodied by Law No. (10) of 2021. The speakers indicated that customs, traditions and religious rites were taken into consideration, and that the legislation organising the World Cup was in line with the relevant local laws, indicating that Qatar hosts about 90 sporting events every year, which are successfully organised, thanks to the precise procedures provided by the competent security committee in the Ministry of Interior. Source: Hukoomi

By Atif Ansari - March 22, 2022

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