Tunisia: Five Procedures Manuals Published to Facilitate Access to Courts

Tunis/Tunisia — Procedures manuals for easy access to courts were published as part of the implementation of the programme "Improving Court Administration" launched in June 2016.

These manuals aim to ease access to justice and communication mechanisms between all parties concerned, particularly litigants, the Justice Ministry said in a statement Monday.

The manuals are published in collaboration with the National Center for State Courts (NSSC) and the International Legal Assistance Consortium (ILAC), with funding from the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL), the source added.

The five procedures manuals are as follows:

- Procedures manual for clerks of the local courts,

- Manual of Judicial Intelligence Procedure,

- Manual for the litigant,

- Manual of judicial decisions in civil and commercial matters,

- Manual for the Clerk's Office of the Courts of First Instance.

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