In the Republic of Croatia the ECLI has not been introduced into the database of case law which is kept at the Supreme Court of the Republic of Croatia (Vrhovni sud Republike Hrvatske), and which can be accessed on the Supreme Court's website. Consequently, given the importance of the ECLI system and the need to introduce it in all the Member States of the EU, the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Croatia and the Supreme Court of the Republic of Croatia decided to submit a tender for the implementation of the ECLI system under the Justice Programme 2014-2020 of the Directorate-General for Justice and Consumers.
It is a source of great satisfaction to us that the above-mentioned project was recently given official approval by the European Commission and that we shall start to introduce the ECLI system, together with about ten project partners, at the beginning of October of this year.
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