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Vladimir Putin recommended to the Supreme Court to simplify the bankruptcy procedure

Date: July 13, 2024 Time: 18:38:49

The President met with the new President of the Supreme Court, Irina Podnosova

Photo: kremlin.ru

Vladimir Putin received the new president of the Supreme Court, Irina Podnosova, in the Kremlin. From the beginning he congratulated her on her promotion.

“The Federation Council approved him as president of the Supreme Court of Russia. This is not even a very important position, but an important mission, because this is a separate branch of the country’s government and a very important component of the entire state structure. “said the head of the country.

Let us remember that, according to the law, the president presents the candidacy of a new president of the Supreme Court to the Federation Council, but it is finally approved by the senators.

Then Vladimir Vladimirovich moved on to specific instructions:

* The courts are overloaded. Something needs to be done about this to speed up the functioning of the entire system.

* Some proposals on how to solve the problem have already been submitted to the State Duma. Putin asked Podnosova to keep her finger on the pulse.

* In addition, it is necessary to simplify the bankruptcy procedure, because the courts are full of cases of this type.

“There are subtle issues related to the possibility of making extrajudicial decisions, including on debt, but, of course, there must still be control by the courts,” the Russian leader emphasized.

The president wished Irina Podnosova success, reminding that she already worked for four years as deputy to Vyacheslav Lebedev (former president of the Supreme Court) and generally had a rich legal practice.

“I, in turn, want to assure you that, of course, I will put all my strength, knowledge and experience into continuing the work of Vyacheslav Mikhailovich Lebedev to strengthen and improve the judicial system,” Irina Podnosova promised at the end.

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