Slovenian Judiciary to Start Seeking Better, European Quality
Čatež ob Savi, 24 June - Small and big courts will eventually have to be replaced by mid-sized courts, which would be more effective; the current system is too rigid and too expensive for the state. This is the main conclusion of the third conference of the Justice Minister, which wrapped up on Tuesday in the spa resort Terme Catez. The two-day event came as part of the Twinning project and was mainly focused on the transparency and trust in the Slovenian judiciary.
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