Azerbaijan, Baku, 3 June / Trend corr. I.Alizade / The Azerbaijani government discusses the issue to create new administrative courts. "The proposals to create separate administrative courts, which are currently under the Board, were made in the discussions of the Administrative-Proceeding Code in the Parliament. At present, the government is discussing this issue," Seyad Karimov, Deputy Head of the Administrative and Military Legislation of the Azerbaijani Parliament, told to Trend on 3 June.
The Administrative-Proceeding Code, developed by the Azerbaijani government, provides establishment of courts to consider administrative disputes. The Code was passed by the Parliament in the first reading.
"Under the Administrative-Proceeding Code adopted by the Parliament in the first reading, new separate administrative courts will be established. The main issue is to promote professionalism and rationalization of judges' decisions," Karimov said.
According to Karimov, the Code will be submitted to international organizations as well. It is expected that the Code would be passed in the autumn session of the Parliament.
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