Qatar’s Constitution of 2003
Article 130. The Judicial Power is independent and is assumed by Court of different types and levels. They issue their decisions according to the law.
Article 131. Judges are independent. In their judgment, they are dominated by no power except the law. No institution may interfere in the lawsuits or in the process of justice.
Judicial Council or Parallel Institution
Article 137. The Judiciary has a Supreme Council to oversee the proper functioning of the courts and its auxiliary agencies. The law determines its formation, its functions, and its jurisdictions.
Attorney General’s Office
Article 136. The Parquet assumes the public action in the name of the Society, oversees the judicial enforcement, and secures the implementation of criminal laws. The law organizes this body, regulates its functions, and defines the conditions and guarantees pertinence to those who assume its jobs.