At present, there is no established electronic database of judicial interpreters. However, interpreters can participate in court proceedings as experts. The status of the experts is set out In Regulation No 1 of 16th January 2008 on the Registration, Qualification and Remuneration of Experts (issued by the Supreme Judicial Council, Prom. SG 11/5 February 2008). At each court, there is a list of the people who can participate as experts in court proceedings (including translators and interpreters).
Proposals for the inclusion of specialists (including translators and interpreters) on the lists of experts can be made by:
- Professional and other organisations, and
- Scientific institutions.
They can be addressed to the chairperson of the relevant district or administrative court.
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