Justice system in Cyprus leaves much to be desired

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IEF (International Economic Forum) has assessed the effectiveness of the judicial system in Cyprus. By the decision of the EU’s Commission last Monday, the Cypriot justice system remains very poor, as evidenced by the reality that not all legal decisions were brought to a close. Previously, the state had spent per one applicant €31, however now spends €25. And therefore the courts cannot operate as effectively.