The yearbook of the State Public Prosecution for the year 2020, included a presentation of the statistics of the Public Prosecution for the past year, including the statistics of the Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Prosecution, most notably the number of grievances against “Covid-19” violations, which were submitted through the “remote grievance” service, which amounted to 81,956. A request for grievance against “Covid-19” violations, including 52,493 requests. The Public Prosecution has completed the procedures for considering and deciding on them, issuing decisions to cancel, reduce and amend violations, with a total of 33,094 requests.
The book contained the results of the operational plan of the Public Prosecution of the State, in accordance with the vision, mission and objectives of the Ministry of Justice, and a presentation of the achievements of the organizational units in the Public Prosecution, their projects and initiatives, their level of performance, and the results of their strategic and operational performance indicators, within the framework of its keenness to enhance the principle of transparency and dissemination of data.
It also included a presentation of the statistics of the cases of the Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Prosecution, including the number of criminal cases received, which amounted to 32, the number of administrative cases received, which amounted to 486, and the number of investigations conducted remotely, which amounted to 100 investigations.
The yearbook reviewed the number of judgments issued during the past year, which amounted to 18,50.
And the conviction rate reached 95%, in addition to the disclosure of the index of the international wanted persons, and the index of the implementation of international aid.
The yearbook also sheds light on the news and activities of the Public Prosecution for the year 2020, and the meetings and words of the State Attorney and the decisions he issued, which amounted to 260 administrative decisions, in addition to reviewing all the smart legal services of the prosecution.
The Public Prosecution indicated that the launch of the yearbook comes in line with government trends in adopting an open data policy, given the importance and effective role of data as basic inputs in building decisions, and an affirmation of the principle of transparency, noting the importance of the yearbook and its role in spreading legal culture through Legal and judicial data available for publication, facilitating the dissemination and access of data from the Public Prosecution Office to customers, and enhancing transparency and ease of data access to its users and partners, stressing its keenness to enhance efforts to employ modern technical innovations in order to improve performance in all judicial and judicial sectors, in order to achieve the ambitions and visions of the wise leadership to reach World class government services.