Supreme Court President Warns of Consequences of Judges' Salaries

Ljubljana, 17 April - The Slovene courts have been increasing efficiency for three years and, at the same time, decreasing the number of cases coming to courts. The number of legal court cases, excluding executive and land-register cases, dropped by 13 percent in 2000, the number of backlogs was, however, also influenced by the new court order which changed the definition of a court backlog, Supreme Court President Mitja Deisinger told the press on Tuesday, presenting the performance of Slovene courts in 2000.

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