26 April, 2016
In accordance with the law “On Judicial Power”, the Council for the Judiciary listened to annual report of the Court Administration on its performance. Edvins Balsevics, the Director of the Court Administration, informed about the most essential directions of work and results in 2015, and outlined the most important tasks of this year.
In 2016, the Court Administration, which ensures work of district (city) courts and regional courts, has set seven priorities of work: to continue implementation of security solutions in courts; increase of remuneration of judges and employees of courts; analysis of results of court reform and continuation of reform; new model of Court Information System and e-case project; the criminal case on disaster in Zolitude suburb of Riga; project of the European Social Fund for continuing education of employees of law enforcement authorities; ECLI projects (single European Case-law Identifier).
The Council for the Judiciary reviewed an issue in the sitting of 25 April. See information about all issues reviewed at the sitting here
Information prepared by
Rasma Zvejniece, the Head of the Division of Communication of the Supreme Court
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