95% of Judicial Sessions Were Held Remotely in Saudi Arabia
The virtual court shortens the litigation procedures from twelve steps to only two steps starting from the submission of the application until the final verdict is issued for electronic execution bonds documented through the 'Nafith' platform. It contributes to eliminating seven visits per request after making the services available electronically through the portal 'NAJIZ'.
Also, more than sixty new laws were published on a new platform of judicial laws and regulations that has been launched as well, to enable all individuals and experts to access the judicial legislations, which leads to enhance the transparency and increases legal commitment.
The National Transformation Program enabled also the digitization of 100% of all judicial services. It provided more than 1,000 training courses in 2022 to more than 54,000 trainees including judges, legal researches, board of grievances judges, board of grievances assistants, and employees of several ministries, authorities, and universities.
Moreover, the Ministry of Justice established Conciliation Centers and launched the Taradhi platform, to develop the reconciliation system in Saudi Arabia. More than 2 million people are benefiting from the Taradhi platform, more than 800,000 remote conciliation sessions, and there are more than 160,000 conciliation documents. By approving conciliation rules and issuing conciliation enforcement deeds, the Ministry is developing alternative dispute resolution processes.