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Justice Minister Pushing for Alternative Solution of Disputes

Ljubljana, 18 March - In an attempt to decrease the work load at courts and curb judicial costs, Justice Minister Ales Zalar has established a council tasked with discussing possibilities for alternative ways of solving disputes. Zalar wants parliament to debate the corresponding bill by summer this year.

Ljubljana
Justice Ministry hosts a press conference on plans to further alternative ways of solving disputes.
From left to right: Head of the Council for Alternative Solutions to Disputes Bojana Jovin Hrastnik, Justice Minister Ales Zalar, and council member Tanja Metelko Lisec.
Photo: Tamino Petelinisek/STA

Ljubljana
Justice Ministry hosts a press conference on plans to further alternative ways of solving disputes.
Member of the Council for Alternative Solutions to Disputes Tanja Metelko Lisec.
Photo: Tamino Petelinisek/STA

Ljubljana
Justice Ministry hosts a press conference on plans to further alternative ways of solving disputes.
Head of the Council for Alternative Solutions to Disputes Bojana Jovin Hrastnik.
Photo: Tamino Petelinisek/STA

Ljubljana
Justice Ministry hosts a press conference on plans to further alternative ways of solving disputes.
Justice Minister Ales Zalar.
Photo: Tamino Petelinisek/STA

Ljubljana
Justice Ministry hosts a press conference on plans to further alternative ways of solving disputes.
Justice Minister Ales Zalar.
Photo: Tamino Petelinisek/STA

Ljubljana
Justice Ministry hosts a press conference on plans to further alternative ways of solving disputes.
Justice Minister Ales Zalar.
Photo: Tamino Petelinisek/STA

Ljubljana
Justice Ministry hosts a press conference on plans to further alternative ways of solving disputes.
From left to right: Head of the Council for Alternative Solutions to Disputes Bojana Jovin Hrastnik, Justice Minister Ales Zalar, and council member Tanja Metelko Lisec.
Photo: Tamino Petelinisek/STA

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