EU Justice Ministers Want E-Judiciary to Reduce Backlogs
Dresden, 16 January - European Union justice ministers believe e-judiciary could greatly reduce court backlogs and enable electronic hearings of witnesses. The European Union has allocated EUR 14m for the development of such a system, Slovenian Justice Minister Lovro Sturm told STA on Tuesday.
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