The presentation of the Unified register of crimes and misdemeanours (ERPP), as well as the Automated Information System for district courts of the Kyrgyz Republic (AIS Court) was held on February 13, at the Office of “The Rule of Law Programme in the Kyrgyz Republic – 2-nd Phase” with the participation of experts of the Programme and developers in charge of the operation of the ERPP and AIS Suda systems.
After the presentation, the delegation of the European Union visited one of the pilot courts - Sverdlovski district court, where the AIS Suda currently is fully operational. The chairperson of the Sverdlovski district court - Ms. Jyldyz Ibraimova, elaborated on and demonstrated how the system is used in the daily work of the court.
The Unified register of crimes and misdemeanours entered into force in Kyrgyzstan on January 1, 2019. The ERPP is an electronic database where information about the start of pre-trial proceedings is registered. This register is being introduced due to the enactment of the new criminal and criminal court procedure legislation. The new criminal law excludes such an institution as initiation of a criminal case, and pre-trial proceedings will begin from the moment the information is registered in the ERPP.
AIS Suda is the automated information system for district courts of the Kyrgyz Republic forms a bank of court decisions without additional resources and financial costs.
The automated information system is integrated with the electronic document management system, which incorporates the function of preparing texts of court-related documents using a text editor, based on document templates previously uploaded into the system. This function is designed to facilitate the process of preparing documents for employees of local courts.
The AIS Suda significantly changes the document management operating principle of the judiciary, increasing its openness and transparency.
The ERPP system and AIS Suda have been developed with the support of “The Rule of Law Programme in the Kyrgyz Republic – 2-nd Phase” (component of the GIZ Regional Programme “Promotion of the Rule of Law in Central Asia”) financed by the European Union.