House votes for electronic recording of court proceedings

-expected to reduce delays in legal system

The National Assembly has passed a bill enabling judges and magistrates to electronically record court proceedings and both government and opposition members agreed that it would see fewer delays in the legal system.

The passage of the Recording of Court Proceedings Bill was unanimous on Monday evening although members of the opposition voiced concerns about its effective implementation.

Attorney General Anil Nandlall tabled the bill, which seeks to provide for the recording …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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