[size=36]The Federal Court confirms increasing its electronic services to enrich the legal researchers[/size]
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, The Federal Supreme Court revealed a plan that is being worked on to increase electronic services on its website, noting new additions that will enrich researchers in the judicial and legal matters.
"The website of the Federal Supreme Court ( [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] ) has witnessed a number of additions during the past six months," court spokesman Iyas al-Samuk said in a statement received by Mawazine News .
And the Samuk continued, "The most prominent of these additions is the updating of the constitutional and legal principles section in the rulings and decisions issued by the Federal Supreme Court (the whole group), and the addition of the Iraqi fact sheet archive, which represents a memory of all the titles of legislation issued after 2003."
He noted that "a plan is being worked on to add more electronic services, in order to enrich specialists and researchers with constitutional and legal information, in a manner that is easily obtainable directly."
He stressed, "The past six months have reached the number of surfers of the website to (280,457) visitors, while the new visitors during the same period (42,043) visitors."
And the Samok stated that "the average readable rate per visit to the website reached (23.76) pages, while the time spent by the visitor browsing the website of the Federal Supreme Court reached (4.07) minutes."
The Samuk confirmed that "the times when the popularity of the website increases from one o'clock in the morning until one o'clock in the morning, and peak times are concentrated between two o'clock in the morning until ten o'clock, and during the days of Thursday, Friday and Saturday."
The spokesperson explained, "News or decisions of importance are of interest to all browsers, and this is not limited to researchers and those interested in judicial and legal matters."
He added, "Most of the countries from which a visit to the website after Iraq occurs are (the Russian Federation, America, Sweden, France, Egypt, Britain, Denmark, Germany, Turkey, Canada, Lebanon, Jordan, Poland, the Netherlands, the Emirates, India) , South Africa, Japan, Malaysia, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Norway, Ukraine, Iran) ".
And he talked about "an increase in the number of visitors to the website of the Federal Supreme Court through smart devices (smartphones and tablets), which run (Android) and (IOS), at the expense of website visitors who use the computer (computer)".
He stated, "The most reviewed topics are the decisions of the Federal Supreme Court, news, articles, constitutional and legal principles contained in the rulings and decisions issued by the Federal Supreme Court, and the book of the judiciary in Iraq."
The Samuk concluded by saying, "The most downloaded file is the book of the judiciary in Iraq, then the decision (103 / federal / 2019), then the decision (118 / federal / 2015), and then the constitutional and legal principles mentioned in the rulings and decisions issued by the Federal Supreme Court, then Resolution (72 / Federal / 2017). End / 29 / p