Supreme Court working to provide efficient services
Addis Ababa, November 21 (WIC) – Ethiopian Federal Supreme Court said it is implementing a system that enables to provide efficient services to the public.
President of the Federal Supreme Court, Tegene Getaneh, told WIC that the new system would help ease the deep-rooted good governance problems that prevailed during the past years.
Encouraging results were registered in the provision of services following the measures taken by identifying the main problems attributed to delay of court cases, he said.
Tegene added the series of activities carried out to build capacity and alleviate attitudinal problems of judges contributed a lot for the improvement in the provision of services.
Owing to the realization of business process reengineering (BPR), charge file that used to take from 7-8 years is now reduced to a week, according to Tegene.
The efficient and transparent working system put in place enabled Ethiopians to build their level of confidence in the nation’s justice system, he indicated.
If judges are involved in malpractice, they will be punished, Tegene said.
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