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19. 01. 21

Murat Arslan Sentenced to 10 yrs. Prison by a Turkish Court

 

Dear Colleagues,

We received yesterday the sad news concerning the sentencing of our dearest colleague, President of YARSAV and 2017 Vaclav Havel Human Rights Prize laureate Murat Arslan.

Read More: IAJ reaction on Murat Arslan conviction
19. 01. 21

MEDEL STATEMENT

TURKEY: HEAVY AND UNJUSTIFIED CONVICTION OF MURAT ARSLAN, VACLAV HAVEL HUMAN RIGHTS PRIZE WINNER

 

Today, January 18th, 2019, was held the last session of the trial against  Murat  Arslan, unlawfully accused and persecuted by the Turkish authorities and arrested since October 19th,2016.

In today’s session, the court issued the decision, sentencing Murat Arslan to 10 years of imprisonment.

Read More: MEDEL Statement on Murat Arslan conviction
19. 01. 21

Europe, January 19th, 2019

CRIMINAL CONVICTION OF MR MURAT ARSLAN

 

Yesterday, Vaclav Havel Human Rights Prize Winner Murat Arslan, President of the Independent Turkish Judges Association YARSAV, has been convicted under charges of being member of an armed terrorist organization (namely of being active member of FETÖ/PDY) and sentenced to 10 years imprisonment.

Read More: Statement of the Platform for an Independent Turkish Judiciary on criminal conviction of Murat...
18. 01. 29

In reaction to the acquittal of the former Minister Predrag Bubalo, Miloš Vučević publicly asked: “Ladies and gentlemen judges, who do you serve to, the people or proven thieves?” He added that he is not speaking in his capacity of the vice-president of the Serbian Progressive Party or Mayor of Novi Sad, but as a lawyer and as an ordinary citizen.

Read More: Vučević: Ladies and gentlemen judges, do you serve to people or thieves?
17. 10. 24

The Judges' Association of Serbia has asked the Minister of Justice Nela Kuburović and the High Judicial Council (HJC) to express their views about "inappropriate comments" and "unacceptable attitude" of the Assistant Minister Čedomir Backović and Advisor to the Minister Zoran Balinovac towards judges during consultations on changes of the Serbian Constitution in the part regulating the judiciary.

The Judges' Association sent a letter yesterday to the Minister of Justice and HJC members informing them that during consultations held by the Ministry of Justice with civil and professional judicial associations on 13 October in Niš regarding changes of the Constitution it faced a "worrying and unacceptable" attitudes of the MoJ representatives towards the judges.

As stated by the Judges' Association, the Assistant Minister Čedomir Backović said on that occasion that judges and prosecutors advocate for turning the judiciary into a "limited liability company", an "art and craft shop" that will decide on human destinies at their whim.

Read More: Judges' Association: Unacceptable attitude of the Government representatives towards judges. The...