The Federal Supreme Court confirmed an increase in the rate of visits to its website (www.iraqfsc.iq), while referring to a number of recent updates, and revealed a plan to add new electronic services in order to enrich researchers in the judicial and legal matters.
"The Federal Supreme Court's website has seen a number of additions over the past year,".
"There is a plan that is currently being worked out to add more electronic services and in a way that facilitates access to information."
Last year (2020) the number of browsers reached 434,885 visitors, while new visitors during the same period were (101,594) visitors."
"The average of the pages read per visit to the website was 3.41 pages, while the time spent by the visitor on the website of the Federal Supreme Court was 3.81 minutes." "The times when the website is in high demand from 9:00 a.m. to 1 a.m., peak times are concentrated between 2:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m., and on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays,".
It turns out that news or decisions of interest are of interest to all browsers, not only researchers and those interested in judicial and legal matters, but also all.
The countries most visiting the website after Iraq are (Russian Federation, America, Sweden, France, Egypt, Britain, Denmark, Germany, Turkey, Canada, Lebanon, Jordan, Poland, Netherlands, UAE, India, South Africa, Japan, Malaysia, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Norway, Ukraine, Algeria, Lativia).
The increase in the number of visitors to the Federal Supreme Court website was illustrated by smart devices (smartphones and tablets), which operate android and ios, at the expense of website visitors who use computers.
Among the topics most reviewed on the site are the decisions of the Federal Supreme Court, news, articles and constitutional and legal principles contained in the rulings and decisions of the Federal Supreme Court, and the "Book of Justice in Iraq".
The most downloaded files during the above period are (The Book of Justice in Iraq), and then (constitutional and legal principles in the judgments and decisions of the Federal Supreme Court), then a practical study in the light of the decisions of the Federal Supreme Court of Iraq (66 unified with 71, 157 and 224/Federal/2018), then the Archives of Iraqi Gazette (2003-2019) and then the decision (38/Federal/2019).