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Štefan Minárik Leaves the Supreme Court of the Slovak Republic

We addressed to the Supreme Court of the Slovak republic its critical statement concerning the presence of the former judge Štefan Minárik in this Court. According to a statement of Daniela Švecová from 21 of January 2016 the administration of the court...

Only Persons Coming from Judiciary Can Become Judges

Even though the candidates coming from other than Judiciary background still can become judges, since January 2016 they have to comply with a new condition in order to participate in the tender procedure- they have to attend an initial training at the...

The Parliament Will Aprove Amendments to Lawmaking Process

The National Council of the Slovak Republic is within its current session approving important amendments concerning the legislative process. The amendments concern on the one hand the preparation of legislation which was submitted to the National Council...

Trust in the Courts Falls Again

According to the latest survey realized by VIA IURIS already 74 % of people do not trust in the judiciary and courts. Distrust of the public has never reached such a high level and these results confirm negative trends which have been persisting in...

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