April 20, 2006
Russian Supreme Court Strives to Modernize Federation's Court Documentation System
According to a Chinalaw list post by Paul Jones (Barrister, Solicitor & Trad-mark Agent, Jones & Co., Toronto, Canada), the Moscow Times reported on Tuesday that
"the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation has decided that the lower courts are too opaque. In response to their study Russia is now completing the setting up of a single digital network that will link all courts by the end of the year. The goal is to allow internet users to track cases from filing to verdict online. And last Friday the Supreme Court submitted a bill to the State Duma that among other things would require the courts to publish their verdicts and post them on the internet. The access point will be http://www.sudrf.ru ."
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