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Justice Ministry: New e-justice system will enhance efficiency

The integrated e-justice system will enhance the efficiency and quality of our judicial system, the Ministry of Justice and Public Order said in a statement welcoming the system’s launch.

It said this marked the justice system’s transition to the new digital era, bringing with it many benefits, such as saving users time and money, greater security when storing digitised documents, easier search for files and their simultaneous viewing by more users, security of payments, saving working hours and better utilisation of staff, direct communication and updating government services, lawyers and litigants on the development of cases.

The Ministry said that judicial reform was a high priority for the government, which actively supports innovative solutions and measures aimed at building a modern and efficient system of justice administration, for the benefit of citizens and businesses.

It added that the use of technology “undoubtedly” makes a positive contribution to enhancing the quality of justice by addressing, along with other projects, the long-standing problem of delays.

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