According to the World BankJustice and the Twin Goals

Justice institutions are vital to the achievement of the World Bank’s twin goals to end extreme poverty and promote shared prosperity.  Empirical studies demonstrate the critical role of justice for fostering a healthy business environment, enhancing growth, improving access to public services (particularly for the poor), curbing corruption, and restraining the abuse of power. Justice underpins the political process by protecting individuals’ rights, facilitating collective action, and enabling credible commitment (WDR 2017).  

Justice institutions include courts, prosecutors, public defenders, complaint mechanisms, anti-corruption agencies, ministries of justice, among others. These institutions are the foundation for the social contract between people and the state. They address breaches of law, provide redress for violations of rights, and facilitate peaceful resolution of disputes. They also oversee state institutions and enforce the state’s role as regulator. When justice institutions operate effectively, accountability increases, trust in the government grows, and citizens and businesses can invest with confidence that their property rights will be protected.  

We had helped the Government of Egypt in setting the architecture that will keep and run the Judicial Systems

  • PPO
  • JIC
  • GSD