The opening ceremony of the “Online Access System for Iranians Broad” was held with the presence of "Kazem Gharibabadi", the Vice President of the Judiciary for International Affairs.

Iran PressIran news: The opening ceremony of the “Online System for Iranians Abroad to Access Judicial Electronic Services” was held with the presence of the Head of the Statistics and Technology Center of the Judiciary and the Deputy Minister of Communications and the Head of the IT Organization.

While appreciating the head of the Center for Statistics and Technology of the Judiciary and his colleagues, Kazem Gharibabadi, the Vice-President of the Judiciary for International Affairs and the Secretary-General of the High Council for Human Rights stated: “In the discussion of providing services to Iranians abroad, our focus is on judicial services. For sure, the issues faced by Iranians abroad include various areas, some of which are related to the Judiciary.”

He added: “We hope that by passing the comprehensive bill for the protection of Iranians abroad in the parliament and turning it into a law, the problems related to our compatriots abroad will be resolved. In the jurisdiction, the problem is access to the Sana system, which is considered an important basis for benefiting from judicial services.”

Gharibabadi reiterated: “We are trying to provide the same services received by our compatriots inside the country, for our compatriots abroad, electronically in the jurisdiction. One of the problems in this area was the mobile number of Iranians abroad, which was solved by setting up this online system and using social messengers like Gap and iGap.

Pointing out the fact that this system provides a range of different services for Iranians abroad, the Vice-President of the Judiciary stated: “The next step, which is based on the access of the Sana system and can speed up these services, is the development of electronic service proceedings, which is very important. In this regard, with the help of the Center for Statistics and Technologies of the Judiciary, we will develop a system and encourage judicial units to use this capacity.

He continued: “In the area of the system of issues of Iranians abroad and the jurisdiction, we are collecting a list with the help of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Justice to form judicial working groups to resolve the issues of our compatriots abroad.

Some issues have been identified and specified, one of which is the issue of providing online judicial electronic services in the Sana system another issue is the pursuit of violated rights of Iranians abroad, and we are required to support our compatriots abroad. We have also had cases where we used all our capacities to solve the challenges and problems of our compatriots abroad.

Gharibabadi emphasized: “It doesn't matter to us which country our compatriot is in and what religion they have we must deal with and follow up and solve the problems of Iranians abroad and our compatriots.

He added: “The next point in solving the problems of Iranians abroad is access to the “Saame’ system. The “Saame’ system” facilitates people's access to the government and governing institutions. People inside the country can register their requests through this system and also ask for a meeting with high-ranking judicial officials. Our effort was to provide Iranians abroad with the possibility that with the launch of the Sana system, access to these facilities will be provided as well.”

The Secretary-General further said: “Another point we pursued is providing advice to Iranians who travel abroad and face problems, for example, For example, more than 50% of Iranian prisoners abroad, are In Turkey. We must provide these people with warnings and the necessary training to prevent crimes and comply with the laws of these countries. In Iraq, some of our compatriots get into trouble during pilgrimage and travel to this country. Therefore, prevention is very important in this matter. Facilitating investment of Iranians abroad is one of the other issues under consideration.

The Vice-President of the Judiciary also said: “Another issue in the jurisdiction is the issue of Iranians who are in prison abroad. Some of these people are the head of the family or have no one to support them. We intend to sign a four-way memorandum with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Prisons Organization, the Prisoners' Cooperative Foundation, and the Deputy for International Affairs of the Judiciary, to solve the problems and support this group of people abroad and particularly their families.