Judiciary seen as having performed well in 2019
Ljubljana, 20 May - Slovenian courts received 839,000 cases last year and resolved roughly 850,000, reducing the backlog of pending cases to 133,000, with average time to process a case reduced. The figures show that the Slovenian judiciary is successful and efficient, Supreme Court president Damijan Florjančič told the press on Wednesday.
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