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5 Apr 2019

Belarusian courts encouraged to strive for top justice standards

Belarusian courts encouraged to strive for top justice standards

MINSK, 5 April (BelTA) – The Belarusian court system should meet the best justice standards. Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko made the statement during the government conference held on 5 April to improve the operation of general jurisdiction courts, BelTA has learned.

Aleksandr Lukashenko said: “The Supreme Court should make the national court system compliant with the best justice standards. The court system should enjoy respect of the legal community in Belarus and abroad. This approach would greatly contribute to the development of innovative technologies, the arrival of foreign investments, and the enhancement of the competitive ability of the economy.”

Aleksandr Lukashenko said he believes that the Supreme Court should not stay away from mainstream directions in the development of the state and the society. “The measures we take to encourage entrepreneurship and develop the digital economy require legal protection of these processes on the part of the judicial power,” the head of state noted.

Aleksandr Lukashenko said he would like today’s conference to result in an open and constructive discussion and produce balanced proposals on improving the operation of the court system. “I would very much like this conference to be practical. I would like those present here to submit some proposals to my level so that we would keep moving instead of resting on laurels,” the president concluded.

 

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