Court Backlogs in Slovenia on the Decline
Ljubljana, 2 November - A total of 543,916 unsolved cases remain at Slovene courts as of the end of June 2000, a four percent decrease on a year-to-year comparison. The report on the progress with the doing away of judicial backlogs, prepared by the Ministry of Justice and discussed by the government on September 28, indicates that the number of important unsolved cases is decreasing at all courts in Slovenia.
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