The judicial system in Bashkortostan, which has crossed a century-old milestone, ensures high efficiency in today's realities, reliably protecting the rights and legitimate interests of the inhabitants of the republic, Radiy Khabirov noted today at a meeting with chairmen and deputy chairmen of the republic's courts following the results of work for 2022.
“Judges, despite the ever-increasing workload, successfully solve their tasks. Last year, the republic's courts considered 1,300,000 cases. The number of considered civil cases has increased by almost a quarter,” the Head of Bashkortostan noted.
He said the republic adequately passed the difficult pandemic period when everyone worked under restrictions and prohibitions.
“A huge amount of cases on administrative offenses fell on you. I note that last year the appellate and cassation courts confirmed the position of the Supreme Court of the Republic on recognizing as lawful and justified the measures introduced in the region to limit the spread of the coronavirus infection,” the head of the republic said.
According to Radiy Khabirov, care and assistance to SWO participants and their families is now the main task of all levels and branches of government. He expressed hope that the republic’s judicial system staff would also show high professionalism and efficiency when applying to members of the SWO and their families.
“On February 14, at the annual meeting of judges, President Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin noted that such issues should be resolved with particular care, considering not only all legal aspects but also specific life circumstances.
The profession of a judge requires high competence, scrupulousness, courage, and complete dedication. You decide the fate of people - this is hard and very responsible work.
We see how our life is rapidly changing. Nevertheless, the service of law and justice remains a fundamental principle in administering justice. I thank you for your loyalty to the spirit of the law, professionalism, honesty, and integrity,” said Radiy Khabirov in conclusion.
Author: Azat Gizzatullin