The Egyptian State Council and the Council of the European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ) held a virtual roundtable discussion on Thursday on the management system of digital information panels in courts.
The meeting was attended by the chairperson of the State Council, Counsellor Mohamed Mahmoud Hossam El-Din, European Union mission representatives in Cairo, and the secretary-general of the CEPEJ, among others.
The gathering tackled the functions of the digital information panel system in courts in analysing data, statistics and performance indicators, according to a statement by the State Council.
They also touched upon the system's role in assisting decision-makers to find out what the courts need in terms of development, whether at the administrative or technical levels.
Counsellor Hossam El-Din reiterated the significance of continued work to develop tools that help facilitate litigation measures and reduce the time consumed.
He added that the move aims to provide a "befitting and organised" environment for judges to distance them from administrative and logistical complications and allow them to perform their duties.
Also, the new system aims to help ensure the rights of citizens in an easy and quick manner, the statement added.
The roundtable comes within the framework of the cooperation between the State Council and the CEPEJ to exchange knowledge and experience.