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MOSCOW, January 10 (Itar-Tass) – Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has signed a resolution on the federal program The Development of Russia’s Court System in 2013-2020, the press service of the government reported on Thursday.
The program is geared to enhance the quality of the country’s judicial system and to ensure better court protection of the rights and legal interests of Russian citizens and organizations, according to the press service.
“The resolution specifies the program’s targets, objects and volumes of financing needed for its implementation,” the press service said. “In line with article 124 of the Russian constitution, the program is financed entirely from the federal budget to ensure independent and unbiased administration of justice.”
The program provides for a number of measures, including the use of advanced information technologies.