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Supreme Judicial Council suspends work at courts on backdrop of Covid-19 outbreak

The Supreme Judicial Council gave orders to suspend work at courts, procuratorates and other judicial bodies starting from today until the end of April.

According to the decision, the presidents of the courts is to prepare alternate schedules by assigning a number of judges and employees to attend on a daily basis at the court premises, to look into urgent cases.

The council requested the competent authorities to exclude judges, prosecutors and judiciary employees who have to go work, from the curfew order, to enable them to carry out the tasks assigned to them.

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