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To catch up, courts will recess for only two weeks in summer

Ljubljana, 20 May - The summer recess of Slovenian courts will be reduced from a month to two weeks this summer so that judges may catch up with proceedings which have been delayed by the two-month coronavirus closure, Supreme Court president Damijan Florjančič said on Wednesday.

Ljubljana
Supreme Court president Damijan Florjančič (pictured) presents the annual report on the work of the Slovenian judiciary and measures to reduce the number of pending cases.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
Supreme Court president Damijan Florjančič (pictured) presents the annual report on the work of the Slovenian judiciary and measures to reduce the number of pending cases.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

Ljubljana
Supreme Court president Damijan Florjančič (pictured) presents the annual report on the work of the Slovenian judiciary and measures to reduce the number of pending cases.
Photo: Daniel Novakovič/STA

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