On 28th January at a High Sitting of the Constitutional Court it was decided to establish 35 courts. We are, therefore, providing you with the position of the director of the General Court Committee, N.Lundendorj on this issue.
-According to the decision of the Consitutional Court, 35 new courts are going to be established. How do you see this issue?
– Yesterday, the Constitutional Court made a final decision about the establishment of the courts. There is no reason to reject this decision; if Mongolia has the economic wherewithal is to implement it. Therefore, the decision must be made, depending on the judicial and economical situation. I see that, Mongolia does not have the economical ability to establish many courts. This is my position. In the end, however, it is up to Mongolia, how to establish its courts.
-So, the court structure will be changed, correct?
-The decision of the Constitutional Court is final. Therefore, the General Court Committee will deliver the recommendation to the President of Mongolia, after agreement with the Government. We will work to this end.