Phnom Penh: The Ministry of Justice believes that it will be able to close the campaign to solve the congestion in the Capital-Provincial Courts before the end of this year after 100 results By the day of the campaign, 8,113 cases had been blocked. This is what Chin Malin, a spokesman for the Ministry of Justice, told the Post yesterday.

"During the 100 days of the campaign, our team did not face any challenges," said Jean Malin. "Because all stakeholders clearly understand the purpose and measures to be taken in this campaign."

He said that the working group has properly implemented the mechanisms and measures in accordance with the campaign, including good cooperation with Sacrifices from all parties involved. Based on the results of the 100-day campaign, with the good cooperation of all stakeholders, Mr. Malin believes that the set All jams in the capital-provincial court will be completed by the maximum or 100 percent before the end of this year.

On behalf of the fourth working group leader, Mr. Malin also thanked all the team members and the five courts. Of the Southwestern Province, a country that has worked hard and cooperated well to achieve proud results, leading the country in 100 days of implementation of this campaign.

Keut Rith, Minister of Justice, announced the launch of this campaign on May 18 after finding a criminal case in the Phnom Penh Municipal Court. The province is handling a total of 39,152 cases. During the opening of the campaign, the Minister expects to reduce the congestion of cases in the Capital-Provincial Courts by 50 to 70 percent in 6 months.

"Therefore, what needs to be done on this work, all stakeholders continue to follow the spirit of this campaign and Follow the mechanisms and measures that this campaign has put forward. We hope to finish it before the end of the year. ”

Mr. Sung Senkaruna, Senior Investigator of the Adhoc Human Rights Defenders Association, applauded the results of the Ministry of Justice team. He said that on behalf of civil society, not only do they want to see procedures for resolving case congestion, but they also want reforms. More justice system.

"Human resource reform and independence of the judiciary are what our civil society organizations want to see," he said. "It means that such reforms are to gain the trust of the people and the public living in Cambodian society."

Through the implementation of the campaign to resolve the congestion at the Provincial Court, Mr. Keut Rith has set out four approaches to the working group. All practice and adhere to "fast, accurate, fair and non-corrupt."