transmise en anglais.
For a long time now, a basic
consensus has existed in Spain on the need for a modernising boost to
our justice system. The idea is to bring in structural changes in the
organisation and operation of their courts of law. These changes would
enable the courts to reap full advantage of being endowed with more
resources leading to greater efficiency. As from 1st January 2010, that
qualitative change in the structure of justice cames about with the
implementation of the new judicial office model, a key element for
meeting public demand for a justice system that is flexible, modern and
efficient. The Act on procedural reform that has created the new
judicial office was unanimously approved, and this is a particularly
important and significant fact because such a broad, solid support
guarantees the stability and success of such a transformation of major
importance in the day-to-day running of the Administration of Justice (more).