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The processing time for Article 477 cases has been reduced to three months

According to Fars News Agency, quoting the Media Center of the Judiciary, Mohammad Mossadegh stated that the most important concern of the head of the judiciary is to reduce the problems of the people: Achieving these goals requires backgrounds, one of the ways is to postpone cases Assign that many good things have been done in this regard.

The First Deputy of the Judiciary continued: “In the judiciary, we have prepared programs to determine the assignment of pending cases one by one by the end of the year, and to determine why a case has taken so long, and to provide solutions to postpone cases to a certain period.” To reach a result.

Hojjat-ul-Islam and Muslims Mossadegh stated: “Apart from this issue, the issue that has recently arisen regarding the livelihood of the employees of the judiciary is being considered by Hojjat-ul-Islam and Muslims Mohseni Ejei, the head of the judiciary, and solutions have been provided in this regard.”

He said: “Although the plan to increase the special staff of the judiciary was not approved in the parliament, but with the coordination made with the government, good news is on the way, which will be announced soon.”

Regarding the assignment of Article 477 cases, the First Deputy of the Judiciary said: “During the transformation period, the processing of Article 477 cases in the Judicial Deputy of the Judiciary has become very good.”

Hojjat-ul-Islam and Muslims Mossadegh stated: In previous years, the processing of Article 477 cases took about 3 to 4 years, but now the processing of these cases has been reduced to 3 months and the processing of cases related to licensing to 2 months. has found.

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