Saudi Arabia March 16, 2013. (AFP Photo/Khaled Saad)
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Saudi Arabia Tuesday opened new courts focusing on family disputes, the first of a series of specialized tribunals aimed at making the kingdom's legal system faster, more transparent and predictable.Dedicated commercial courts will be opened within four months and courts to review labor and immigration disputes, and courts specializing in criminal cases will be opened after that.In an effort to speed up the legal system, Saudi Arabia is also introducing judicial training centers and has approved the appointment of thousands of new judges.
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