Polish courts among Europe’s best
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Poland’s judicial system lead in terms of quantity and quality, a recent EC report says.
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Data comparing the situation in the judicial system of EU countries shows that Polish courts do not deviate from the EU average, and the efficiency of procedures is close to the top of the ranking, the daily reports.
The paper says that according to the "EU Justice Scoreboard" published by the European Commission Polish courts are among the busiest in Europe, being overtaken only by Slovenia, Germany and Austria.
Polish courts are not only among the busiest, but also in the top among the quickest. They placed third in terms of efficiency, behind Germany and Estonia.
“Efficiency of a justice system on its own is not enough. Quality and independence are key components of an effective justice system. The 2015 EU Justice Scoreboard pays particular attention to the quality of justice systems,” wrote Vĕra Jourová, Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality, wrote in the introduction to the report. (rg)
Source: Gazeta Wyborcza, PAP