13 March, 2008
On March 14, the annual report Plenary Session of the Supreme Court will be held where the judges will evaluate the results of 2007 and determine the directions of further activities.
The reports on the results of activities of the Senate Departments will be presented by the chiefs of the Departments Valerijans Jonikans, Pavels Gruzins and Veronika Krumina and the chairmen of the Court Chambers Gunars Aigars and Ivars Bickovics.
The Head of the Division of Case-law Zigrida Mita will account for the work of the Supreme Court in development of a uniform court practice. For the first time the report in the Plenary Session will be delivered by the Deputy Head of the newly established structural unit – the Division of Complaints – Vaira Avotina.
The Head of the Administration Anita Kehre will report not only on the results of the work of the Administration in 2007, but also regarding the fulfillment of the strategic goals of the Administration for 2005 – 2007.
A summary of the results of the activities of the Supreme Court will be presented by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Andris Gulans. As the term of office of A. Gulans in the position of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court expires in June, the report of the Chief Justice will also cover the evaluation of the work of the Court during his seven-year term in office in general.
A Plenary Session is a general meeting of the judges of the Supreme Court Senate and the court Chambers. It is within the competence of the plenary Session to analyze the results of the work of the Supreme Court, the financial and operative work reports, and to discuss further objectives.
Information prepared by Division of Communications of the Supreme Court
Author: Rasma Zvejniece, Manager of the Division of Communications of the Supreme Court
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