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- The PAe Government Technical Committee of the Electronic Judicial Administration shows the progress of digital justice
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The Government Technical Committee of the Electronic Judicial Administration shows the progress of digital justice

19 october 2016

In the last meeting of the standing committee of the technical committee of the Electronic Judicial Administration (CTEAJE) have addressed different issues related to justice in order to establish digital its progress and make lines of action for the future.

The Standing Committee of the technical committee of the Electronic Judicial Administration (CTEAJE) held on 18 june of this month, in Oviedo, its ninth meeting, attended by the secretary-general of the administration of justice and the chairman of the standing committee, Antonio Dorado, as well as other senior officials of the ministry of justice, as well as representatives of the General council of the judiciary, the attorney-General and the autonomous communities of Andalusia, aragon, Asturias, Cantabria, Canary Islands, catalonia, Galicia, La Rioja, Madrid, Navarra, basque country and Valencia.

In this meeting have been addressed different issues related to justice in order to establish digital its progress and make lines of action for the future. On the one hand, it has studied the plan for follow-up of electronic communications, from which to date there have been more than 52 million, and the balance of its implementation, as well as the situation of the Electronic Case File in spain.

Furthermore, we have looked at proposals for the electronic judicial headquarters of the canary islands, Cantabria and navarre, and the initiative to align the Safe Codes credentials for the administration of justice, which will facilitate and accelerate its matching to citizens.

With regard to the standardisation of Unique forms of entry in the field of electronic communications, this meeting has served to deal with the homogenization of those documents in the order code, as did previously civil Orders and social council and the contencioso-administrativo.

The state secretary for justice has indicated the need to build together a system for managing shared procedural including technology transfer to avoid duplication in developing new applications and that we can work together in an integrated manner.

It also recalled the milestone marking the Civil proceedings act for the 1 january 2017, the date on which extends the obligation to communicate electronically with the administration of justice to institutional and professional law enforcement agencies of the state health services, penal institutions and legal persons.

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