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Deputy ministry announces temporary transition back to iJustice system

The Deputy Ministry of Research, Innovation and Digital Policy announced that a decision has been made to temporarily transition to the iJustice system as of Monday, 29 January.

It said it was in the process of preparing to ensure the smoothest transition possible, while within the day, the Supreme Court is expected to issue an announcement on how the courts will be operating and using the system.

“At the same time, in the immediate future, the corrective actions of the Contractor company of the eJustice system will be examined in depth and in detail, and its operation will be evaluated as a whole, as the aim to fully restore it remains,” the deputy ministry concluded.

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