User name
Password

Don't have a user name yet?
Register here.

Help

Analyses Show Slovenia Has Too Many Judges

Koper, 9 July - Analyses show that Slovenia has too many judges, head of the Judicial Council Branko Maslesa said during the visit of Justice Minister Ales Zalar to the Koper Higher Court on Friday. Slovenia has the highest number of judges per capita in Europe with 55 judges per 100,000 inhabitants, while Austria for example has 23.

Koper
Head of the Judicial Council Branko Maslesa (second from left), acting president of the Supreme Court Alenka Jelenc Puklavec (centre), president of the Koper Higher Court Jozica Velkaverh (second from right) and Justice Minister Ales Zalar at the minister's visit to the Koper Higher Court.
Photo: Lena Dujc/STA

Koper
Head of the Judicial Council Branko Maslesa (second from left), acting president of the Supreme Court Alenka Jelenc Puklavec (centre), president of the Koper Higher Court Jozica Velkaverh (second from right) and Justice Minister Ales Zalar at the minister's visit to the Koper Higher Court.
Photo: Lena Dujc/STA

The rest of this news item is available to subscribers.
The news item consists of 981 characters (without spaces) or 195 words words.

Buy the news item. Price: 2 tokens; on account: 0 tokens.

ale/zm
© STA, 2010