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The European Commission’s Task Force for Greece (TFGR) published last week its sixth quarterly activity report, examining what progress has been made in a number of areas where Athens has been receiving technical support to improve public services and administration.
One of those areas is the judicial system, where the TFGR is providing know-how on developing an e-justice procedure and encouraging the use of an alternative dispute resolution mechanism. The wording in the TFGR’s report suggests that progress in these...
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