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Vladimir Putin considers the increasing workload on judges as evidence that Russians' faith in the judicial system is growing
"There is a positive aspect in the fact that workload on judges is increasing. It means that Russians come to have greater faith in the judicial system," President Putin said Thursday during his meeting with Chairman of the Supreme Arbitration Court Anton Ivanov. Ivanov said in his turn that judges' volume of work had grown almost by 100% with the same number of staff over the last three years. According to the official, a bill on administrative procedures of dispute examination, which is currently considered by the Cabinet, could rectify the situation. The head of state asked Ivanov's opinion on the division of Russia's judicial system into trial courts of general jurisdiction and arbitration courts. "This is envisaged in the constitution, and I think such arrangement is justified," Ivanov said. The president also asked about Ivanov's impression of the work he had done during his five months in office. "I was much impressed by judges' intelligence. Scientific achievements are widely applied in the arbitration court. This is a peculiarity of our court and, beyond doubt, a great advantage of the arbitration system as a whole," Ivanov stressed.
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