Criminal cases, civil suits must be examined without delays: Chief Justice of the Union

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The Union Supreme Court received 462 criminal cases between January and June 2022, said U Htun Htun Oo, Chief Justice of the Union during the coordination meeting with Region/State High Courts held on Thursday.
Between 1 January and 30 June, it resolved a total of 890 civil cases including eight old cases of the previous year and the Region/State High Courts completed 1,981 criminal cases and 2,209 civil cases.
He said the Chief Justices of Region/State High Courts should supervise the judicial processes without delays in examining the criminal cases and civil suits at the newly expanded district courts.
The court-led mediation system was adopted at every court for civil cases on 1 August and it needs to follow the manual of the system to carry out the correct procedures.
The year 2022 is the fifth five-year judicial strategic plan and all should keep making efforts to meet the objectives of the plan and serve dutifully without any corruption, he urged. — TWA/GNLM

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