AAUP President Prof. Ali Abu Zuhri welcomed the head of Fatwa and Legislation Diwan Mrs. Eman Abdel Hameed, and its delegation who has visited the university to sign an MoU with Deanship of the Faculty of Law, to enhance cooperation and experience exchange between the two parties.
With the presence of assistant president of Administration and Financial Affairs Eng. Bara Asfour, and assistant president of Community affairs Dr. Iyad Dablah, Dean of Faculty of Law Dr. Ghassan Alian, and Dean of Student Affairs Dr. Bashar Daraghmeh.
At the beginning of the meeting, the President of the University welcomed the guest delegation and gave a detailed explanation of the university and the distinguished specialties offered by in the doctorate, master's and bachelor's degrees, stressing the importance of cooperation with governmental, private and Palestinian institutions.
On the other hand, the head of Fatwa and Legislation Diwan Mrs. Eman Abdel Hameed gave and explanation of the work of the Diwan that is responsible of Preparing legislation and providing legal opinion.
After that the two parties signed the MoU which aims to enhance cooperation and integrate the roles between the two parties, in addition to exchanging expertise and skills in the legal field, and coordination in legal levels and research activities of common interest.
Then a lecture was held organized by the Office of Assistant President for Community Affairs, that aimed the students of Faculty of Law, in which the Head of the Fatwa and Legislation Diwan Mrs. Eman Abdel Hameed, gave an overview of the history of the Court and its jurisdiction. As she added that “The Diwan is a legal institution concerned with preparing and drafting legislations and providing legal opinions in the consultations and advisory opinions of the official bodies in the State, such as the Presidency, the Council of Ministers, ministries, institutions and governmental bodies. Pointing out that the Diwan is working on issuing the official newspaper "Palestinian Chronicles", and it is a cornerstone of the justice sector.
Questions and discussions where held at the end of the lecture