Justice, Islamic Affairs and Endowments and the Information and eGovernment (iGA) announced the launch of the unified payment service for judicial services available within the electronic package for court and case services via bahrain.bh.
The service allows stakeholders from lawyers and parties involved in lawsuits the ability to pay the sums of money due to their transactions with the Ministry of Justice in an easy way, by displaying all required dues while providing the ability to pay all of them in one transaction.
Justice Minister Shaikh Khalid bin Ali Al Khalifa affirmed that the unified payment service is an important addition to the electronic transformation process in the justice sector, which would facilitate the procedures for paying the amounts owed by the ministry in an easy and accessible manner, as well as preserving the time and effort of the beneficiaries and reducing cash transactions, by providing an electronic platform to pay all required amounts.
iGA’s CEO Mohammad Ali Al-Qaed valued the ministry’s continuing to move towards achieving a comprehensive online transformation of its services, indicating that the authority’s cooperation with the Ministry in this regard comes in response to the government's directives to adapt and employ modern technologies, innovative technology and artificial intelligence (IA).
Source: Bahrain News Agency