Ali Boujessim, President of the Emirates Center for Sports Arbitration, stressed the continuation of efforts to work to complete all the things that the center needs to start exercising its tasks with the utmost strength and efficiency, noting that the arrangements and equipment for laying the cornerstone of the most important stages in the work system, due to the foundational steps it will take Light in the various transactions and services that the center will provide to the sports sector.
Boucassim said: The center is in the process of finalizing the draft statute for its final approval, once the review and formulation of some articles has been completed after seeking legal opinions and experiences by members, and completing it with the desired image, and this step will give the center a strong push towards practicing its work in resolving disputes and issues. Different sports.
He added that the center is looking at how to activate electronic methods to improve all transactions, in line with the directions of rational leadership of the importance of smart transformation, and rely on digital platforms that save effort and time, and ensure the work is done easily and smoothly, which contributes to creating a distinctive stereotype of the center and leaving positive impressions in society Fully athletic.
Boujsim made the remarks at the end of the Center’s Board of Directors meeting yesterday, chaired by Saeed Abdel Ghaffar, Dhruh Al-Hall, and Youssef Al-Batran, members, in addition to external experts Saeed Ali Al-Ajel, Ahmed Abdullah Al-Dhaheri, and the Executive Director of the National Olympic Committee, Mohammed bin Darwish.
The meeting reviewed the recent preparations for the adoption of the statute of the work of the center, by discussing all the comments received from the members in preparation for the completion of its issuance, and starting work according to it in the chapter on disputes and sports issues.
The meeting also saw some suggestions from members regarding the statute of the Emirates Center for Sports Arbitration as it prepares the regulatory and executive framework concerned with the various legal, administrative and financial affairs of the center, including the foundations and rules that define its relations, rights and duties with various national entities and organizations related to sports.
The members also reviewed all the steps and procedures necessary to develop the framework of the center, especially the Board of Trustees and the administrative body concerned with raising the organizational regulations and those who are responsible for adopting these regulations.
The members were briefed on the programs and future plans for honing the capabilities and raising the competencies of the arbitrators and affiliates of the center, and examining all means that guarantee the enhancement of the scientific and legal aspect and expanding knowledge of practices and standards based on the work of the center.
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