After judicial reform announced by the President , will be judged on the old

before the New Year, President Dmitry Medvedev submitted to the State Duma a package of draft laws related to the reform of the courts of general jurisdiction and a number of other amendments to the laws on the judiciary and the Code of Civil Procedure.Now the court of appeal will appear in the courts of general jurisdiction.Sami lawyers believe that the reform will change only the names of the courts, and not the order of cases.Just before the new year, President Dmitry Medvedev submitted to the State Duma a package of draft laws related to the reform of the courts of general jurisdiction and a number of other amendments to the laws on the judiciary and the Code of Civil Procedure.Now the court of appeal will appear in the courts of general jurisdiction.Sami lawyers believe that the reform will change only the names of the courts, and not the order of cases.

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changing the system of courts.Currently appeal appeal provided only for justices of the peace-making, and now the appellate court would have to check the decisions of district courts.Disappear and the supervisory authority that exists today in all courts of the RF subjects and numbering three levels.It will be only the Supreme Court.That supervisory authority causes a sharp criticism of the European institutions.

Initially, when a reform was just announced, the experts hoped that the structure of courts of general jurisdiction will be similar to the arbitration courts.They are independent courts of first, appellate and cassation instances that treat all incoming complaints to them.

Now, however, it became clear that after the reform of the structure of courts of general jurisdiction will remain the same, according to lawyers."The court of cassation becomes appellate, supervisory - appeal", - he said the deputy chairman of the Moscow Regional edition retired Anatoly Efimov.According to him, "a simple change does not give the names of instances - is necessary to achieve a full appeal and cassation cases, and serious problems may be in this area."

"The proposed reform aims to change names, but the structure of the courts, and the process will change slightly. This is not likely to enhance legal certainty and can still draw criticism associated with the uncertainty in the outcome of the case and the possibility of review of decisions by a long time"- I agree to the lawyer of the Moscow regional Bar Denis Uzoykin.