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Uzbekistan – Conference on application of ICT in courts

20/11/2014

Tashkent - A Conference on the use of information and communication technologies in courts will take place in Tashkent, Uzbekistan on 20 November 2014. This activity is organised jointly by the Supreme Court of Uzbekistan, High Commercial court of Uzbekistan and the Venice Commission of the Council of Europe.

This activity brings together representatives of national institutions as well as guests from the Korea, Malta, Slovenia and Bulgaria who will exchange their experiences of their countries on the application of information and communication technologies in work of ordinary courts, including management of cases as well as computer facilities used by judges and court clerks and communication/information exchange.

The Venice Commission participates in this event in the framework of a project "Supporting Constitutional Justice, Access to Justice and Electoral Reform in the Countries of Central Asia" implemented by the Venice Commission of the Council of Europe with funding provided by the European Union and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland.

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