Supreme Court of the Union meets judges at different levels

Chief Justice of the Union U Tun Tun Oo highlights role of judicial pillar without bias and any interference.—mna
Chief Justice of the Union U Tun Tun Oo highlights role of judicial pillar without bias and any interference.—mna

Nay Pyi Taw, 4 Feb—Independent jurisdiction under the law plays a key role in judicial pillar without bias and any interference, Chief Justice of the Union U Tun Tun Oo said at the coordination meeting of the Office of the Supreme Court of the Union, region and state high courts and district courts, here, Wednesday.
He said that information officers are assigned at Supreme Court of the Union and region and state high courts for release of information to media under the ethics.
The Supreme Court of the Union heard 1,209 criminal cases and 2,039 civil cases in from 1 January to 31 December 2014 and is hearing 298 criminal cases and 849 civil cases. Region and state courts heard 6,405 criminal cases and 3,743 civil cases and are hearing 2,771 criminal cases and 2,377 civil cases. Likewise, district courts heard 13,663 criminal cases and 10,934 civil cases and are hearing 3,950 criminal cases and 9,118 civil cases. Township courts heard 461,327 criminal cases and 23,122 civil cases and are hearing 32,573 criminal cases and 16,091 civil cases.
Likewise, he explained judicial affairs of courts for children, development courts and vehicle courts. The supreme court of the union amended the judgments of region and state courts over 394 cases of 2,615.
He stressed the need for judges of various courts to make decisions based on truth over the cases.
It was attended by judges of the supreme court of the union, chief justices of the regions and states. MNA

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