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Government cuts court funding

Published torsdag 29 januari 2015 kl 17.00
The Swedish Supreme Court. Photo: Bengt O. Nordin SVT Bild.
The Swedish Supreme Court. Photo: Bengt O. Nordin SVT Bild.

The government will cut court funding by hundreds of millions of krona over the next few years. The National Courts Administration warns that this may lead to longer waiting times, TV4 news reports.

The past few years the number of court cases has increased and the National Courts Administration has asked for an additional 200 million krona next year to be able to handle the workload. But instead of granting the Agency's request, the government has decided to cut funding by 180 million krona next year, TV4 news reports.

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