The Polish Justice Ministry will present further judiciary reforms in the autumn, Deputy Justice Minister Marcin Warchoł said on Friday, adding that the ministry was currently working on reforming civil and penal procedures.
Speaking to a private online portal, Marcin Warchoł expressed satisfaction with President Andrzej Dudas Thursday decision to sign into law the latest reform that affected the Supreme Court, the National Judicial Council and the prosecution.
Warchoł said the latest legislation was "good and beneficial" as it streamlines the process of electing the Supreme Courts first president, among other issues.
Asked when Polish court proceedings will take less time, Warchoł said the ministry was carrying out "very extensive work on reforming the procedures - the civil and penal procedures." The ministry has also prepared a package of IT solutions for Polish courts, he added.
However, the processes could take up around a decade to complete, he noted. (PAP)
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