The Supreme Court
Statutory compliance in all spheres of social, labor and economic activities ensures prosperity of the state and all its citizens.
Execution of law rules in the country is controlled by the Supreme Court – the main judicial body for:
• Civil and administrative measures;
• criminal cases;
• economic disputes;
• other areas of law, under the control of the courts of general jurisdiction.
Participation in world politics as a full partner from the government often requires bringing legislation to European standards, to share the values of a free society. Often these standards are contrary to both the cultural practices of the country and with the provisions of the existing laws in the state.
The task of creating an adequate legislative basis rested on the shoulders of the Parliament, but it is the Supreme Court that brings together all draft legislation and controls its strict implementation. In particular, the Supreme Court functions include:
• collection and analysis of judicial statistics;
• advice on judicial matters;
• coverage of the judicial practice in the press;
• expedited review of the most important civil and criminal cases.
The judicial system of the country focuses on law and order.
The Supreme Court is the final court, designed to provide the most correct administration of justice throughout the country. Its activities are aimed at full protection of the rights and freedoms of citizens and to combat all kinds of crimes in any area of public life.