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Consistent with the aim of improving the efficiency of courts and the dispensation of justice to the public, Chief Justice Maria Lourdes P. A. Sereno introduced the case decongestion project Hustisyeah! to the judges of the Manila and Pasig City courts in a gathering held at the Oakwood Premier, Ortigas Center, Pasig City, on August 13, 2014.
Hustisyeah! is implemented by the Supreme Court, in partnership with The Asia Foundation, with funding from the United States Agency for International Development through the American Bar Association.
The five-phased project targets to make an inventory of the cases of the participating courts, make a report of the case inventory, formulate a case decongestion plan which will have to be approved by the judges, implement the plan, and make a final report of the results of the implementation.
Additional human resources and the use of a private courier service will be provided for the participating courts.
Hustisyeah! is scheduled to kickoff in the Pasig courts on August 26 and is planned to be launched in the Manila courts by the third week of September.
The project has already successfully concluded its implementation in Quezon City, Makati City, and Angeles City. (Ann Clariz Yap)