A Third of All Judges in Slovenia Would be Redundant In a Streamlined System
Ljubljana, 30 November - A pre-accession advisor to the Justice Ministry views the conditions in the Slovene judiciary with greater optimism than 15 months ago when he began his term and when he though that the problems were unsolvable. However, Norman Manfred Doukoff, who came to Slovenia from the Bavarian Higher Regional Court in a bid to assist the country on its way to European accession, remains critical.
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