Slovenia's court procedures longer at first instance, shorter at higher instances
Ljubljana, 22 October - A Council of Europe's report on judiciary systems shows that proceedings at Slovenian courts of first instance take somewhat longer than the average, while they are quicker at the second and highest instances than in the majority of member states. Slovenia is mentioned several times as an example of good practice, the Supreme Court said.
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