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Supreme Court Unable to Handle Growing Caseload

Ljubljana, 11 July - In 2005 the number of new cases referred to the Slovenian Supreme Court increased by about a third compared to 2001, the court's president Franc Testen revealed on Tuesday as he presented the annual report on the court's activities in 2005.

Ljubljana, Supreme Court.
Supreme Court presenting the annual report on its activities in 2005 at a news conference.
Supreme Court president Franc Testen.
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

Ljubljana, Supreme Court.
Supreme Court presenting the annual report on its activities in 2005 at a news conference.
Supreme Court secretary general Janko Marinko (left) and Supreme Court president Franc Testen (right).
Photo: Domen Groegl/STA

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