Take free initial advice! Call now (UK) 020 8123 5542

Type a keyword in the box to begin search

Take a FREE legal advice.

Don't hesitate, just send us you question and we will get you an answer.

Sofia BAR
Sofia BAR Association

Bookmark this page or subscribe to the site RSS feed

Subscribe: AddThis Feed Button

Last update: 2007-12-20 07:08:19

The work of the Administrative Court in Sofia might be blocked due to the lack of a building, Supreme Administrative Court (SAC) chairperson Konstantin Penchev warned Prime Minister Sergei Stanishev in a letter.

Sofia CourtIn the letter, Penchev called on the Cabinet to give the Sofia Administrative Court with normal work premises by the end of 2007, mediapool.bg reported.

“Unfortunately, for more than a year now, the executive has not managed to fulfill its obligation to provided all new courts with suitable buildings, where administrative judges can administer justice in normal working conditions,” the letter said.

The problem with the buildings of the 28 administrative courts in Bulgaria was more than worrying because most of these courts did not have buildings, mediapool.bg commented. The courts were created with the adoption of the new Administrative Procedure Code, which became effective on March 1 2007.

“I fear the energy and enthusiasm of the young colleagues working at the Sofia Administrative Court are not inexhaustible and the unbearable working conditions will very soon bend the sincere will with which they entered the judicial system – to make it fast, transparent and effective,” Penchev said.

read previous

Contact us and receive free initial legal advice

Contact Solicitor Bulgaria

Phone numbers:

Email: info@solicitorbulgaria.com
Web site: www.solicitorbulgaria.com

Office address:
Coutry: Bulgaria
City: Sofia
Street Address: Region Sredets, 7 Slaveikov Square, Entrance B, Floor 2, Ap. 19
Post Code: 1000
View Map