Bahrain to open family courts complex in September

The 8,000sqm facility comprises 14 rooms, which will be used as a lower court, a high court, a court of appeals, and related offices

A delegation of government officials recently visited the upcoming family courts complex in Hunainya [image: BNA].
A delegation of government officials recently visited the upcoming family courts complex in Hunainya [image: BNA].

A family courts complex under construction in Bahrain's Hunainya area is due to complete by September. 

Hunainya's Shaikha Sabeeka bin Ibrahim Al-Khalifa Centre will house the courts complex.

A delegation of government officials recently visited the upcoming project.

The 8,000m2 facility comprises 14 rooms, which will be used as a lower court, a high court, a court of appeals, and related offices. 

Due for completion by "early September", the complex is expected to "ensure [...] litigators more privacy". 

The complex is being implemented through a royal order issued by His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa in November 2016, state agency BNA reported.  

 

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