In the period from January 1 to June 30 this year, the courts in Bosnia and Herzegovina resolved 103,901 of the oldest cases out of the planned 177,673, which realized 58 percent of the plans for resolving cases for 2021 out of the expected 50 percent, the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council (HJPC BiH) announced.
The realization of the plans, compared to the same period last year, is higher by nine percent.
The analysis shows that the degree of realization of plans for resolving cases of first instance courts (municipal, basic and district commercial) averaged 56 percent, while courts of higher instances resolved 80 percent of cases envisaged by plans (quarterly plans were realized in the amount of 93 percent, while annual plans of higher courts realized with 59 percent).
Observed by entities, the courts in the Federation of BiH resolved 61,821 cases, in the Republika Srpska 39,567, the courts of the Brčko District of BiH 1,502, while the Court of BiH resolved a total of 1,011 cases from the plan.
The Standing Commission for Efficiency and Quality of Courts of the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council of BiH regularly monitors the case resolution process within case resolution plans.
All courts in BiH have the obligation to make a case resolution plan in accordance with the provisions of the Instruction for the preparation of case resolution plans, the statement said.