Letymbiotis: e-justice marks era of substantive reforms

With the long-awaited implementation of the Electronic Justice System, Cyprus has now entered an era of substantive justice reform, Government Spokesman Konstantinos Letymbiotis has said, adding that the ultimate goal is for justice to be delivered faster.

In statements to the press on Tuesday, he welcomed the implementation from Monday, December 18, of the Electronic Justice information system (e-justice), saying that it is a very important step towards the digital transformation of Cyprus.

"The launch of the pilot operation of the new electronic justice system, which the Deputy Ministry of Research, Innovation and Digital Policy presented in consultation with the Cyprus Bar Association and the Supreme Court, is a very important step towards the digital transformation of our country, but also for the reform of the judicial system" he said.

The Spokesman noted that the reform of the judicial system is very high on the government's priorities. The government, he added, is promoting the implementation of reforms aimed at building a modern and quick justice delivery system by introducing, among other things, IT technologies.

(Source: PIO)

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