A new step towards the process of computerization of society is about to take place, for example, it will be possible to request from a mobile phone one’s criminal records, registers of last will acts and declaration of heirs.
Besides, it will be possible to send complaints, concerns and approaches related to all the services offered by the Department of Population Care of the Ministry of Justice (Minjus).
Pilar Varona, Vice Minister of Justice, mentioned this is the result of introducing iLexMinjus application (available at Apklis.cu), designed for cell phones with Android operating system, which was created jointly with the University of Computer Science (UCI).
Once the application is installed, users will have a wide and varied information about the mission, functions, and structure of the Ministry of Justice so as the different services provided throughout the country.
Moreover, there is a catalog of frequently asked questions and their answers, taking into account the most repeated concerns of the population related to our missions, as well as the ways to contact the Ministry, its dependencies and the Provincial Directorates of Justice, quoted the directive.
José Miguel Fabra, a methodologist at the UCI Electronic Government Center, informed that other versions of the application will be edited based on the experience accumulated by its use over time.
The Vice Minister also announced the opening of the Ministry's YouTube channel, which will become a space for exchange and reflection on issues of legal importance for the nation.
The services provided by the Ministry, its forms of organization, the challenges and perspectives, will be shown on this channel, which will be updated every Wednesday.
Likewise, information will be displayed on the legislative schedule approved by the National Assembly of People’s Power, formed by the laws and decree-laws that will be born in Cuba until 2022.
Similarly, with the aim of raising the quality of legal services towards the population, the Minjus works permanently in streamlining procedures and reducing the number of visits to offices for these purposes.