Izvestia: The Ministry of Justice will develop roadmaps for the provision of free legal aid
information system “Legal assistance”. The corresponding decree was signed by the Prime Minister of the country Mikhail Mishustin, Izvestia writes.
The government said that in Russia there is no single approach to providing citizens with free legal aid. To understand where to find it, people have to study a lot of information. “At the same time, citizens often become victims of fraudsters who offer supposedly free legal aid. The experiment should help change this situation, “the department emphasized.
The pilot project was launched in ten regions of Russia, including Tatarstan, Krasnodar Territory, Moscow, Rostov, Smolensk, Kemerovo, Irkutsk, Kursk, Tambov and Ulyanovsk regions … To this end, the Ministry of Justice, together with the participants in the experiment, will develop roadmaps for the provision of free legal aid using electronic services and draw up a list of information systems.
In addition, by July 1, 2022, the Ministry of Justice will prepare a report to the government on the feasibility of creating a federal state information system. systems for rendering free legal aid to Russians. It is assumed that after the end of the experiment, the project will start working in all regions of the country.
Earlier in Russia announced the imminent end of the era of paper certificates. It is expected that by 2024, citizens of the country will receive all documents in electronic form immediately upon request.