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MOSCOW, April 29 (Itar-Tass) —— Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has promised to continue to upgrade the judicial system and law enforcement, when he takes the prime minister’s seat.
“The very idea of creating better courts and more adequate, effective law enforcement agencies has got into all pores of society, it is one of the social dominants,” Medvedev said at a meeting of the Council for the Development of Civil Society and Human Rights. “I shall be prepared to keep working on these problems, naturally, but in line with the existing distribution of competences among the main branches of power. The government has truly colossal competences and colossal powers in our country.”
“The government has to deal with practically everything. I shall be prepared to do my utmost to keep moving along these lines, in upgrading the judicial system, the law enforcement and the related issues,” he said.