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President of the Supreme Administrative Court reported to the media on the works of the Administrative Court on the occasion of its 16th anniversary.
President of the Supreme Administrative Court reported to the media on the works of the Administrative Court on the occasion of its 16th anniversary.

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President of the Supreme Administrative Court reported to the media on the works of the Administrative Court on the occasion of its 16th anniversary.


      On 8 March 2016, on the occasion of the 16th anniversary of the Administrative Court, Mr. Piya Patangta, President of the Supreme Administrative Court, reported to the media on the trial and adjudication of administrative cases and other important works during the year of 2016. Details are as follows:
     1. In 2016, the Administrative Court tried more administrative cases than in any year since its inauguration in 2001. In 2016, the Court tried 12,842 cases which is significantly more than the annual average since 2001 of 8,735 cases per year.
      2. In 2016, the Supreme Administrative Court tried 4,102 cases which is more than twice the yearly average of 2,122.
    3. Also, 2016 was the first year in which the Supreme Administrative Court finished trying more cases than those submitted to the Court in the same year. The number of cases submitted was 3,353 but, including the trying of backlog cases from previous years, the Supreme Administrative Court finished trying 4,170 cases. Backlog cases during the previous two years was 60% or 5,690 cases and backlog cases from more than two years previous was 40% or 3,812 cases.
      4. The year 2016 was the first year that the Administrative Courts of First Instance finished trying more cases than the number submitted to the Court in the same year. There was 6,601 cases submitted and the adjudication of 8,740 cases was completed.
     5. The Administrative Courts of First Instance tried more cases – 8,740 - than the yearly average over the past five years which was 6,614 cases.
    6. The trend is for more cases to be completed each year by the Supreme Administrative Court, the Central Administrative Court and the Regional Administrative Courts if we compare the number of cases completed during the period 2001-2016.
     7. Overall, the number of backlog administrative cases in 2016 has reduced dramatically when compared to previous years.
      8. The number of backlog cases in the Administrative Courts of First Instance is decreasing gradually.
      9. Overall summary of cases submitted, cases completed, and backlog of cases of the administrative Court
President of the Supreme Administrative Court reported to the media on the works of the Administrative Court on the occasion of its 16th anniversary.......


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