Courts Speeding up Work
Ljubljana, 24 August - Slovenian courts have sped up their processing of cases in the first half of 2010, despite the increase in their caseload. In 1998, it took 14.1 months for a case to be processed on average, while in 2009 this was reduced to only 6.1 months, the Justice Ministry said on Tuesday.
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