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Waad Society sues the Ministry of Interior to reopen its headquarters
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2017-07-04 00:03:05




 

The National Democratic Action Society (Waad) filed an urgent law suit before the Court of Urgent Matters against the Minister of the Interior in his capacity, and the two police stations in charge of areas where "Waad" headquarters are located. Waad requested that the concerned parties end their closure of its headquarters, withdraw all security forces, and allow the society to resume normal activities.

 

Details show that on May 31, 2017, Waad members were surprised by the encirclement of the police of its headquarter in the capital Manama and its branch on the island of Muharraq. These Ministry of Interior (MoI) forces prevented all members and leaders of the association and its guests from entering on the pretext that the Grand Civil Court had issued a ruling to dissolve the association and liquidate its funds and property.

 

Waads leadership communicated, unsuccessfully, with the security authorities to obtain an explanation for this illegal act which is in contravention of the law, the constitution, and international conventions. The Bahraini Civil and Commercial Procedures Law restricts the right to enforce judgments and decisions issued by civil courts of all types and degrees to the Execution Courts, to be carried out under the supervision and control of the judge of the Court of Execution. The law also states that the sentences cannot be enforced unless all the degrees of litigation are exhausted, a provision the security services violated.

 

Waad obtained a certificate of appeal from the courts complaints system, proving that the judgment against Waad was challenged to appeal. The certificate was sent to the capital police station to get them to lift their hands off the headquarters of the Association and allow it to reopen, and end the serious violations of the provisions of the law. Waads lawyers followed all legal steps established by law, but all friendly attempts failed. 

Waad struggles peacefully for a modern democratic civil state and for achieving the deep-rooted constitutional monarchy enshrined in the National Action Charter of 2001, in which separation of powers is a basic principle, and respect of law is one of its main pillars.

 
 
 
 
 

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