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17. 10. 02

http://dijitalkss.com/kss-1-0dan-ve-kss-2-0a-gecis-ve-farkliliklar/?�Ä: On the occasion of the recent unlawful reactions made by politicians and the media regarding certain decisions of the courts, the Judges Association of Serbia has addressed High Judicial Council to, in accordance with its constitutional duty, duly react on instances of endangering judges’ independence.

How to make money online through ebay off This address, inter alia, emphasized that the recent decisions of the Court of Appeal in Belgrade, which partly confirmed and partly revoked criminal verdicts of the High Court in Belgrade instructing it to conduct a procedure with no procedural deficiencies and according to the law, have initiated an avalanche of slurs, insults and threats to judges made by certain politicians and the media, thus even announcing arrests of judges, as well as taking certain measures in the upcoming reform of the judiciary against these, allegedly unacceptable, actions of courts.

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17. 07. 19

http://extasis.com.br/mlieu/10 Association of European Administrative Judges (AEAJ), European Association of Judges (EAJ), Judges for Judges and Magistrats Européens pour la Democratie et les Libertés (MEDEL) have jointly issued the following documents on the situation in Turkey:

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17. 07. 19

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http://heatherbestel.com/wp-cron.php?doing_wp_cron=1512692834.6101789474487304687500 MEDEL STATEMENT ON THE REFORM OF THE SUPREME COURT IN POLAND

 

MEDEL has been following with an increasing concern the development of the situation in Poland. Only on 1stJuly 2017, the General Assembly of MEDEL adopted a communiqué on the Constitutional Court in Poland, calling the EU institutions to continue the dialogue with Polish authorities in order to restore the Rule of Law. Since then, the governing majority in Poland has taken further steps to weaken the judicial independence which will deeply undermine the fundaments of the democratic rule  of  law state.

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17. 07. 12

Judges’ Association of Serbia, the first and the largest professional association of judges in Serbia, marked two decades of its existence and fight for affirmation of the law as profession and discipline, of advocating for the rule of law and legal state, independent and autonomous judiciary, for reputation and financial status of judges as well as for improvement of provisions on organisation and work of courts, by organising and international conference and ceremonial assembly of the Judges’ Association of Serbia in Belgrade on 7 and 8 July 2017.

International conference Experiences of professional associations of judges in safeguarding judicial independence, supported by Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Mission to Serbia and French Embassy in Serbia, gathered judges of all court instances, from different cities throughout the country and abroad, public prosecutors, members of the High Judicial Council, State Prosecutorial Council, Supreme Court of Cassation, Office of Ombudsman, Association of public prosecutors and deputy public prosecutors of Serbia, Association of judicial and prosecutorial assistants, Association of judicial assistants of Serbia, Law Faculty of University of Belgrade, national and international organisations and associations Judges’ Association of Serbia has successfully collaborated with over the years.

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