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Short Update: The Spanish government has published its plan to deal with delays to proceedings

FairTrialsAdmin - April 30, 2020 - COVID-19 Updates, Delayed or accelerated proceedings, Court closures, Remote Justice

The Spanish government has published its plan for the justice system (in Spanish), following Covid-19 related delays to proceedings. The government has said that the justice system must be prepared to make changes to achieve the gradual return to the normal function of courts and tribunals. 

The government have also said that all hearings and procedures should preferably be carried out remotely, as long as courts and practitioners have the technical means to do so.  

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