Strasbourg, 10 December 2010

    CEPEJ(2010)13

    EUROPEAN COMMISSION FOR THE EFFICIENCY OF JUSTICE (CEPEJ)
    16th plenary meeting (9-10 December 2010)

    Abridged report

    A. FOREWORD

    The European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ) held its 16th plenary meeting in Strasbourg on 9 – 10 December 2010. The meeting was chaired by Mr Fausto de SANTIS (Italy).

    The agenda appears in the Appendix.

    B. LIST OF ITEMS DISCUSSED AND DECISIONS TAKEN BY THE CEPEJ

    1. Information by the President of the CEPEJ and the Secretariat

    The CEPEJ

    § took note of the information given by its President, its members and its Secretariat who participated in various fora where the work of the CEPEJ was introduced and discussed;

    2. Study Session

    § welcomed the presentations and the discussions on some conclusions drawn from the Report: "European judicial systems – Edition 2010" and instructed the CEPEJ-GT-EVAL and possibly other relevant working groups to further their work by taking into account the content of this debate;

    § agreed to post these presentations on the CEPEJ's website, specifying that such presentations are not the responsibility of the CEPEJ but only of their authors’;

    3. Recent developments in the judicial field in the Council of Europe member states

    § took note of the information given by representatives of Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Croatia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Monaco, Montenegro, Spain, Sweden, Turkey and United Kingdom on recent domestic developments in the judicial field and invited its members to forward to the Secretariat written information and useful references which could be included in the area "country profiles" of its web site;

      4. Evaluation of European judicial systems

    § noted with great satisfaction the excellent welcome by the Committee of Ministers to the Report as well as the positive responses received as regards this Report, in several member states, from policy makers, justice practitioners and the media;

    § recalled that the Report must be presented and analysed while fully taking into account the methodological information that it includes includes, in particular when information from member states are compared;

    § invited its members to disseminate the Report to the competent authorities and judicial professionals of their country, in particular by facilitating its translation, where appropriate, and to forward as soon as possible to the Secretariat information on the way the Report is used by the state authorities and any press articles, written on a national level, that concern the Report;

    § instructed the CEPEJ-GT-EVAL to launch calls for projects to external researchers who might benefit from a CEPEJ label on the basis of a specific protocol and to manage this process, under the authority of the Bureau, while ensuring proper coordination with the other working groups;

      § decided to launch the next evaluation process in 2011 on the basis of data of the year 2010, in view of publishing a new evaluation report during 2012;

      § adopted the revised version of the Evaluation Scheme (CEPEJ(2010)11) and its subsequent explanatory note (CEPEJ(2010)12), subject to possible changes to be proposed by the CEPEJ-GT-EVAL, under the authority of the Bureau; the CEPEJ members will be invited to give their final approval through a written procedure before 1 May 2011;

      agreed that the electronic Scheme should be opened for reply by national correspondents as from 15 May 2011 until 31 December 2011 and urged the national correspondents to comply with such timeframe, in order for the data to be processed from January 2012, while taking into account the specific difficulties faced by federal states in collecting data;

      instructed the Secretariat to bring the necessary improvements to the electronic version of the questionnaire and to organise appropriate modalities for the implementation of this new assessment cycle;

      § invited the Committee of Ministers to grant the CEPEJ with appropriate means for enabling this evaluation cycle to rely on proper expertise in matters of statistical data processing and analysis, and noted that such a scientific expertise could also guarantee statistical analysis within the framework of the SATURN Centre if this expertise was provided on a permanent basis;

      § took note of the report by the experts on the peer evaluation visits on national systems of judicial statistics in Malta, the Russian Federation and Norway (together with Denmark, Finland, Iceland and Sweden), agreed to pursue the cycle of evaluation visits in 2011 in Austria, the Netherlands, Turkey; took note that a visit to the United Kingdom could be proposed at a later stage;

      5. Quality of justice

      § invited the CEPEJ-GT-QUAL to rely on the Network of Pilot courts, the Lisbon Network, the Observers with the CEPEJ and the academia to test on a large scale the implementation of the "Handbook on the satisfaction surveys aimed at court users of justice" and to enable the proper use of the results of such surveys both at member state and at European levels;

      § discussed the Report on "Contractualisation and judicial processes in Europe" prepared by the scientific expert Julien Lhuillier (CEPEJ (2010)10Prov) under the authority of the CEPEJ-GT-QUAL, invited the member states to provide to the Secretariat further comments on national situations before 15 January 2011 and instructed the CEPEJ-GT-QUAL to review the report accordingly so that the report can be submitted, together with the relevant appendices, to the 17th plenary meeting of CEPEJ for approval;

      invited the CEPEG-GT-QUAL to further work on the elements of this study regarding "contractualisation" and judicial proceedings;

      6. SATURN Centre on judicial time management

      § welcomed the Resolution No. 1 of the 30th Council of Europe Conference of Ministers of Justice (Istanbul, 24 - 26 November 2010) "on a modern, transparent and efficient justice" which "invite the Committee of Ministers to build on the work of the SATURN centre within CEPEJ, further developing its capacity to acquire better knowledge of the time required for judicial proceedings in the member states, with a view to developing tools to enable the member states to better meet their obligations under Article 6 of the ECHR regarding the right to a fair trial within a reasonable time" and instructed the Steering Group of the SATURN Centre to draft concrete recommendations to member states in order to make progress in such a way;

      § on this basis, invited the member states to do the utmost so that they are able to provide data on lengths of proceedings and court case flow management for the four case categories defined in the EUGMONT Appendix, which appears both in the GOJUST Guidelines on judicial statistics and in the SATURN Guidelines on judicial case management;

      invited the CEPEJ members representing the member states which would have difficulties to provide such data to discuss possible solutions with the Steering group of the SATURN Centre in order to try to find solutions;

      § instructed the Steering Group of the SATURN Centre to continue its work in order to set up a European observatory on judicial timeframes, both on quantitative and qualitative levels, and design the appropriate tools, while drawing in particular on the expertise of the Network of pilot courts;

      § instructed the Steering Group of the SATURN Centre to follow the concrete implementation within the courts of the member states of the SATURN Guidelines on judicial time management;

    7. CEPEJ Network of Pilot Courts

      § welcomed the conclusions of the 5th plenary meeting of the Network of Pilot Courts and invited the Network to pursue its cooperation with the CEPEJ working group according to their terms of reference;

    8. Targeted co-operation with member states

      § approved its experts' report on the "Analysis of rationalisation of the court network" in Montenegro (CEPEJ-COOP(2010)2);

      § agreed to organise a follow up to the report on "Reduce backlogs and timeframes of proceedings of the Maltese judicial system" (CEPEJ-COOP(2010)1) with a view to facilitating the proper implementation of the experts' recommendations;

      § agreed to cooperate with Azerbaijan on the organisation of the court system (including administrative courts) and the process for selecting judges;

      § agreed to cooperate with Armenia on the issue of rotation of court presidents;

    9. Integration of the Lisbon Network within the CEPEJ's activity programme

      § decided to organise a meeting of the Lisbon Network on 17 February 2011, in particular to define how the tools developed by the CEPEJ on the quality of justice could be integrated into the judicial training, namely as regards court users' satisfaction surveys;

      § underlined the need to ensure synergies between the work of the Lisbon Network and the work of the European Judicial Training Network;

    10. The role of the CEPEJ in the follow-up of the Interlaken Conference concerning the future of the European Court of Human Rights

      § reiterated its full willingness to cooperate with the European Court of Human Rights and the CDDH to contribute to improving respect for Article 6 of the Convention within the member states;

      § invited its members to provide an answer, if possible before 17 January 2011, to the questionnaire of the DH-GDR on judicial fees at the level of the higher judicial instances sent by the scientific expert Julien Lhuillier, to the extent considered feasible;

    11. Activity programme of the CEPEJ

      § adopted its 2011 activity programme (CEPEJ (2010)9) and decided to forward it to the Committee of Ministers so that it can take note of them;

      § invited the member states, through the CEPEJ members, where appropriate, to propose to the Secretariat before 15 January 2011 qualified experts to participate in the working groups and entrusted its Bureau to appoint the members of these working groups taking into account these proposals;

      12. Relations between the CEPEJ and the other bodies of the Council of Europe

    § took note of the information on the activities of the Consultative Council of European Judges (CCJE), the Consultative Council of European Prosecutors (CCPE) and the European Committee of Legal Cooperation (CDCJ);

    § welcomed in particular the adoption by the Committee of Ministers of the Recommendation Rec(2010)12 on "judges: independence, efficiency and responsibilities", drafted with the support of the CEPEJ, on the basis of a proposal by the CEPEJ;

      13. Cooperation with the European Union

    § took note of the information given by the representatives of Belgium and Hungary, speaking on behalf of the outgoing and incoming presidencies of the European Union, on the recent and foreseen developments within the Union in the field of justice, as well as the information given by the representative of the Fundamental Rights Agency of the European Union;

    § reiterated its full availability to cooperate with the relevant bodies of the European Union for the implementation of the Stockholm Programme as regards evaluation of judicial systems, drawing on its specific expertise;

    § welcomed the success of the European Day of Justice in 16 member states and especially thanked the Ministry of Justice of Slovenia for hosting the main event in Ljubljana on 25 October 2010; it thanked the French authorities for their proposal to host the main event of the European Day of Justice in 2011;

    § welcomed the success of the European Prize: "the Crystal Scales of Justice" and congratulated the winner: the Administrative Court of Yambol (Bulgaria) for its initiative: "Everyone is equal before the law, but not before the language! Improving communication between courts and citizens", as well as the three institutions which were granted a special mention by the jury: the Regional Court of Linz and FMG Amor (Austria) for their "Alternative measures for young drivers convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol", the University of Technology and Ministry of Justice (Finland) for their "New way of systematic management of delay reduction projects in courts" and the Supreme Court of Slovenia for the "Automated validation of authentic documents";

      it invited its members to promote candidacies for the next edition of the "Crystal Scales of Justice";

    14. Observers with the CEPEJ

    § took note of the information given by its Observers, thanked them for their concrete contribution to its activities and invited them to further contribute to the implementation of its activity programme;

    15. Election of the Bureau

    § elected Mr John STACEY (United Kingdom) as President of the CEPEJ and Mr Georg STAWA (Austria) as Vice-President of the CEPEJ for a two year period and elected Mr Irakli ADEISHVILI (Georgia) and Ms Eva FERNQVIST (Sweden), as members of the Bureau for a two year period;

    § expressed its warm thanks to Mr Fausto de SANTIS for his four years as President of the CEPEJ and for his leading action towards further developing the Commission and endowing it with a preeminent role within the Council of Europe, as well as to Ms Elsa GARCIA MALTRAS de BLAS, for her commitment and her active role which has largely contributed to the success of the activities of the CEPEJ.

    APPENDIX I

    AGENDA

      1. Opening of the meeting

      2. Adoption of the agenda

      3. Information by the President of the CEPEJ and the Secretariat

    4. Study session – "Going beyond the CEPEJ's report – some conclusions to be drawn"

      § A study on comparable member states, prepared by Jean-Paul JEAN (France)

      § Some conclusions on divorce cases, by Frans Van der DOELEN (the Netherlands)

      § Comparing the court workload in civil matters, by Frans Van der DOELEN

      § What can be said on clearance rate and disposition time?, by Adis HODZIC (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and Georg STAWA (Austria)

      § An analysis of the criminal case flow in European courts, prepared by Beata GRUSZCZYŃSKA (Poland)

      § Some lessons on training of judges and prosecutors, by Elsa GARCIA MALTRAS de BLAS (Spain)

      5. Recent developments in the judicial field in the Council of Europe Member states

      6. Evaluation of European judicial systems

      i. Report on “European judicial systems – Edition 2010”

          § Tour de table: communication on and use of the Report in the member states

          § Preparation of in-depth studies

      ii. Preparation of the 2010 – 2012 evaluation cycle

        Rapporteur: Georg STAWA, Member of the CEPEJ's Bureau en GT-EVAL

          § Discussion of the revised Evaluation scheme and Explanatory Note with a view to its adoption

          § Calendar of the 2010 – 2012 evaluation cycle

      iii. Implementation of the pilot peer evaluation co-operation process

        Rapporteur: Elsa GARCIA MALTRAS de BLAS, Member of the CEPEJ's Bureau en GT-EVAL

      7. Quality of justice (CEPEJ-GT-QUAL)

    Rapporteur: François PAYCHÈRE, Chairman of the CEPEJ-GT-QUAL

    i. Implementation of the Handbook on the realisation of the Court user satisfaction survey in the Council of Europe member states

    ii. Report on "Contractualisation of judicial processes in Europe" prepared by Julien Lhuillier

      8. SATURN Centre on judicial time management: designing tools for setting up the European Observatory of judicial timeframes

      Rapporteur: Jacques BÜHLER, Chair of the Steering group

      i. Qualitative approach: court "coaching" programme on judicial time management

      ii. Quantitative approach

      9. CEPEJ Network of Pilot Courts

    Rapporteur: John STACEY, Vice-President of the CEPEJ

      10. Targeted co-operation of the CEPEJ with Member states

      i. Montenegro: Analysis of rationalisation of the court network

      ii. Requests for 2011

      11. Integration of the Lisbon Network within the CEPEJ's activity programme

      12. The role of the CEPEJ in the follow-up of the Interlaken Conference concerning the future of the European Court of Human Rights (18/19 February 2010)

      13. Discussion of the draft Activity programme of the CEPEJ for 2011 in view of its adoption

    Rapporteur: Laurent THYES (Luxembourg)

      14. Relations between the CEPEJ and the other bodies of the Council of Europe

      i. Consultative Council of European Judges (CCJE)

      ii. Consultative Council of European Prosecutors (CCPE)

      iii. European Committee on Legal Cooperation (CDCJ)

      iv. European Committee on Crime Problems (CDPC)

      v. Steering Committee for Human Rights (CDDH)

      15. Co-operation with the European Union

      i. Last developments within the European Union in the judicial field

        Rapporteurs: Dietger GEERAERT (Belgium) and Gabor SZEPLAKI-NAGY (Hungary) on behalf of the outgoing and incoming presidencies of the European Union

      ii. European Day of Justice and Crystal Scales of Justice (Secretariat)

      16. Observers to the CEPEJ

      17. Election of the Bureau

      18. Any other business

    Appendix II

    CEPEJ MEMBERS / MEMBRES DE LA CEPEJ

    ALBANIA/ALBANIE 

    Rovena HUSA, Chief of the courts archive, Ministry of Justice, TIRANA - Apologised/Excusée

    ANDORRA/ANDORRE 

    Carme OBIOLS, Secrétaire Générale, Conseil supérieur de la Justice, ANDORRE LA VIEILLE - Apologised/Excusée

    ARMENIA/ARMENIE

    Armen SANOYAN, Chief Specialist, Department of international Legal Affairs, Ministry of Justice, YEREVAN

    AUSTRIA/AUTRICHE

    Georg STAWA, Head of Department Pr 8, Projects, Strategy and Innovation, Federal Ministry of Justice, WIEN (Member of the Bureau / Membre du Bureau)

    AZERBAIJAN/AZERBAÏDJAN

    Ramin GURBANOV, Chief of reforms division, General department of organisation and supervision,
    Co-ordinator of Judicial Modernisation Project, Ministry of Justice, BAKU

    BELGIUM/BELGIQUE 

    Dietger GEERAERT, Attaché Service Juridique, Direction Générale de l'Organisation Judiciaire, Service Public Fédéral Justice, BRUXELLES

    BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA/BOSNIE-HERZÉGOVINE

    Ljiljana FILIPOVIĆ, Judge, Supreme Court, Vrhovni sud FbiH, SARAJEVO

    Rusmir ŠABETA, Head of the Judicial Administration Department, The Secretariat of the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina, SARAJEVO

    BULGARIA/BULGARIE

    Ekaterina STOYANOVA, Senior Expert, International Legal Co-operation and European Affairs Directorate, Ministry of Justice, SOFIA

    CROATIA/CROATIE

    Jelena SIMINIATI, LLB Senior Legal Advisor, Division for EU, Directorate for EU and Human Rights, Ministry of Justice, ZAGREB

    Sara MIšKOVIć, Head of Divisional for Financial Planning Issues, Treasury and Accounting, Ministry of Justice, ZAGREB

    CYPRUS/CHYPRE

Efi PAPADOPOULOU, Judge at the Supreme Court, NICOSIA - Apologised / Excusée

CZECH REPUBLIC/REPUBLIQUE TCHEQUE

    Ivana BORZOVÁ, Department of Supervision, Ministry of Justice, PRAGUE

    DENMARK/DANEMARK

    Klaus RUGAARD, Chief Adviser, Documentation and analyses, Danish Court Administration, COPENHAGEN - Apologised / Excusé

    ESTONIA/ESTONIE

    Mai SELKE, Advisor, Ministry of Justice, TALLINN

    FINLAND/FINLANDE

    Kari Samuli KIESILĀINEN, Head of Department, Directorate General, Ministry of Justice, HELSINKI, Apologised / Excusé

    Ann-Mari PITKÄRANTA, Head of Development, Department of Judicial Administration, Ministry of Justice, HELSINKI


    FRANCE

    Jean-Paul SUDRE, Inspecteur Général adjoint des Services Judiciaires, Ministère de la Justice et des Libertés, PARIS

    GEORGIA/GÉORGIE

    Irakli ADEISHVILI, Judge, Chamber of Civil Cases, Tbilisi Appeals Court, TBILISI

    GERMANY/ALLEMAGNE

    Matthias HEGER, Chef du Service de Procédure civile internationale, Ministère fédéral de la Justice, BERLIN

GREECE/GRÈCE 

    Anastasios GKOTSIS, Ministère de la justice, ATHENES

    HUNGARY/HONGRIE

    Gabor SZEPLAKI-NAGY, Procureur, Parquet général de la République de Hongrie, Département des Affaires Internationales et Européennes, BUDAPEST

    ICELAND/ISLANDE

    Arnfriđur EINARSDÓTTIR, Judge, District Court of Reykjanes, HAFNARFIRDI

    IRELAND/IRLANDE

    Noel RUBOTHAM, Director of Reform and Development, Courts Service, DUBLIN

    Brian O’NEILL, Courts Policy Division, Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform, DUBLIN

    ITALY/ITALIE

    Fausto DE SANTIS, Procureur près la Cour de cassation, ROME (President of the CEPEJ / Président de la CEPEJ)

    Fabio BARTOLOMEO, Directeur général des statistiques, Ministère de la Justice, ROME, Apologised / Excusé

    LATVIA/LETTONIE 

    Aija BRANTA, Judge of the Constitutional Court, RIGA

    LITHUANIA/LITUANIE

    Laima GARNELIENE, Head of Criminal Cases Division, Lithuanian Court of Appeal, VILNIUS

    LUXEMBOURG 

    Laurent THYES, Attaché de Gouvernement, Ministère de la justice, LUXEMBOURG-KIRCHBERG

    MALTA/MALTE

    Francesco DEPASQUALE, Ministry representative, Ministry of Justice and Home Affairs, VALLETTA

MOLDOVA

    Diana SCOBIOALA, Head of Directorate General of International Relations and European Integration, Ministry of Justice, CHISINAU

MONACO 

Jean Antoine CURRAU, Assistant référendaire près de la Cour d’Appel, Direction des Services judiciaires, MONACO

    MONTENEGRO/MONTÉNÉGRO

    Lidija MASANOVIC, Councilor at the Ministry of Justice, PODGORICA

    NETHERLANDS/PAYS-BAS

    Frans van der DOELEN, Programme Manager of the Department of the Justice System, Ministry of Justice, THE HAGUE

    NORWAY/NORVÈGE

    Audun BERG, Senior adviser, The National Courts Administration, TRONDHEIM – Apologised/Excusé

POLAND/POLOGNE 

    Grzegorz WALEJKO, Judge, Deputy Director, Department for Courts, Ministry of Justice, WARSAW

    PORTUGAL 

    João ARSENIO DE OLIVEIRA, Chef de Division de l’Unité pour la Justice Civile, Citoyenneté et Contentieux International, Cabinet des Relations Internationales, Direction Générale de la Politique de Justice du Portugal, Ministère de la Justice, LISBONNE

    ROMANIA/ROUMANIE 

    Violeta BELEGANTE, Conseiller juridique, Chef du service du droit privé, Direction de  l'Elaboration des actes normatifs, des études et de la documentation, Ministère de la Justice, BUCAREST

    THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION/FÉDÉRATION DE RUSSIE

    Pavel SMIRNOV, Main specialist-expert, Office of the Representative of the Russian Federation at the European court of Human Rights, MOSCOW

    Konstantin KOSORUKOV, Deputy to the Permanent Representative, Permanent Representation of the Russian Federation, Strasbourg

    SERBIA/SERBIE

    Milica VLASIC KOTUROVIC, Head of the Judiciary department, Ministry of Justice, Department for Human Resources, BELGRADE, Apologised / Excusée

    SLOVAK REPUBLIC/RÉPUBLIQUE SLOVAQUE

    Ladislav DUDITS, Judge, Regional Court in Kosice, KOSICE

    SLOVENIA /SLOVENIE

    Marko SORLI, Vice President of the Supreme Court, LJUBLJANA

    SPAIN/ESPAGNE 

Elsa GARCIA-MALTRAS DE BLAS, Magistrat, Responsable du Programme d’échanges au Réseau européen de formation judiciaire (REFJ) (Member of th Bureau / Membre du Bureau)

    SWEDEN/SUÈDE

    Eva FERNQVIST, Lawyer, Legal Department, National Courts Administration, JÖNKÖPING

         

    Barbro THORBLAD, Director-General of the Swedish National Courts Administration, JÖNKÖPING

    SWITZERLAND/SUISSE 

    Jacques BÜHLER, Secrétaire Général suppléant, Tribunal fédéral suisse, LAUSANNE (Chair of the Steering Group of the SATURN Centre/ Président du Groupe de Pilotage du Centre SATURN)

    "THE FORMER YOUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA"/"L'EX-RÉPUBLIQUE YOUGOSLAVE DE MACÉDOINE"

    Nikola PROKOPENKO, Head of Department of Courts, Public Prosecutors and other Judicial institutions, Ministry of Justice, SKOPJE

    TURKEY/TURQUIE

    Tayyar ÖĞMEN, Judge, General Directorate of International Law and Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Justice, ANKARA

    UKRAINE

    Volodymyr PUZYRKO, Director of the Treaty and Legal Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, KYIV

    UNITED KINGDOM/ROYAUME-UNI

    John STACEY, Head of International Development for Court Administration, Ministry of Justice, International Directorate, LONDON (Vice-President of the CEPEJ / Vice-Président de la CEPEJ)

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    OBSERVER STATES / ÉTATS OBSERVATEURS

    CANADA

    Anouk DESAULNIERS, Senior Counsel, Criminal Law Policy Section, Department of Justice, OTTAWA

JAPAN / JAPON

    Hiroyuki MINAMI (Mr.), Consul (Attorney), Consulate General of Japan, STRASBOURG, FRANCE

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    OBSERVERS / OBSERVATEURS

    COUNCIL OF THE BARS AND LAW SOCIETIES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION/CONSEIL DES BARREAUX EUROPÉENS (CCBE)

    Mr Simone CUOMO, Conseiller juridique, Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe (European lawyers promoting law and justice), BRUSSELS, BELGIUM

    Jana WURSTOVÁ, International Department, Czech Bar Association, PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC

    EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION OF JUDGES/ASSOCIATION EUROPÉENNE DES MAGISTRATS (EAJ)

    Gerhard REISSNER, Vice-President of the Austrian Association of Judges, President of the District Court of Floridsdorf, VIENNA, AUSTRIA

    EUROPEAN UNION OF RECHTSPFLEGER AND COURT CLERKS/UNION EUROPÉENNE DES GREFFIERS DE JUSTICE (EUR)

    Thomas KAPPL, Président de l’Union européenne des Greffiers de justice (EUR), MUNICH, ALLEMAGNE

    Jean-Jacques KUSTER, Greffier en Chef, Tribunal d’Instance, STRASBOURG, FRANCE

    Vivien WHYTE, Greffier au Tribunal de Grande Instance de Strasbourg, STRASBOURG, FRANCE

    INTERNATIONAL UNION OF BAILIFFS/UNION INTERNATIONALE DES HUISSIERS DE JUSTICE ET OFFICIERS JUDICIAIRES (UIHJ)

    Mathieu CHARDON, Premier secrétaire de l’UIHJ, VERSAILLES, FRANCE

    Roger DUJARDIN, 1er Vice-Président, ANVERS, BELGIQUE

    EUROPEAN FEDERATION OF ADMINISTRATIVE JUDGES/FÉDÉRATION EUROPÉENNE DES JUGES ADMINISTRATIFS

    Pierre VINCENT, Conseiller à la Cour Administrative d’Appel de Nancy, NANCY, FRANCE

    MAGISTRATS EUROPÉENS POUR LES DÉMOCRATIES ET LES LIBERTÉS (MEDEL)

    Rui CARDOSO, Public Prosecutor, LISBON, PORTUGAL

    EUROPEAN JUDICIAL TRAINING NETWORK (EJTN)/RÉSEAU EUROPÉEN DE FORMATION JUDICIAIRE (REFJ)

    Elsa GARCIA-MALTRAS DE BLAS, Magistrat, Responsable du Programme d’échanges au Réseau européen de formation judiciaire (REFJ), BRUXELLES

    EUROPEAN NETWORK OF COUNCILS FOR THE JUDICIARY (ENCJ)/RESEAU EUROPEEN DES CONSEILS DE LA JUSTICE (RECJ)

    Geert VERVAEKE, Membre du Conseil supérieur de la justice, BRUXELLES, BELGIQUE

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    EUROPEAN UNION / UNION EUROPÉENNE

    COUNCIL OF EUROPEAN UNION/CONSEIL DE L’UNION EUROPEENNE

    Luca DE MATEIS, Secrétariat Général du Conseil de l'Union européenne/ General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union, DG H - Unit 2 B, BRUXELLES - Apologised / Excusé

    EUROPEAN COMMISSION/COMMISSION EUROPÉENNE 

    Pascal SCHONARD, Administrator, Directorate-General Justice Unit B.2 - Criminal Law European Commission, BRUSSELS

    EUROPEAN UNION AGENCY FOR FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS/AGENCE DE L’UNION EUROPEENNE POUR LES DROITS FONDAMENTAUX

    Jonas GRIMHEDEN, Programme Manager Legal Research, Freedoms and Justice Department, VIENNA, AUSTRIA

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WORLDBANK / BANQUE MONDIALE : Apologised / Excusée

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    COUNCIL OF EUROPE / CONSEIL DE L’EUROPE

    EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS (ECHR)/COUR EUROPÉENNE DES DROITS DE L’HOMME (CEDH)

    Paola TONARELLI-LACORE, Registry of the European Court of Human Rights/Greffe de la Cour européenne des droits de l’Homme

    PARLIAMENTARY ASSEMBLY OF THE COUNCIL OF EUROPE/ASSEMBLÉE PARLEMENTAIRE DU CONSEIL DE L’EUROPE, Apologised / excusée

    CONSULTATIVE COUNCIL OF EUROPEAN JUDGES/CONSULTATIF CONSULTATIF DE JUGES EUROPEENS (CCJE) 

    Gerhard REISSNER, Vice-President of the Austrian Association of Judges, President of the District Court of Floridsdorf, VIENNA, AUSTRIA (Vice-Chair of the CCJE/Vice-Président du CCJE)

    EUROPEAN COMMITTEE ON LEGAL CO-OPERATION/COMITE EUROPÉEN DE COOPÉRATION JURIDIQUE (CDCJ)

    Eberhard DESCH, Head of Division of International Law, Federal Ministry of Justice, BERLIN - Apologised / Excusé

    Diana SCOBIOALA, Head of Directorate General of International Relations and European Integration, Ministry of Justice, CHISINAU, MOLDOVA

    CONSULTATIVE COUNCIL OF EUROPEAN PROSECUTORS / CONSEIL CONSULTATIF DE PROCUREURS EUROPÉENS (CCPE) 

    EUROPEAN COMMITTEE FOR CRIME PROBLEMS/COMITE EUROPEEN POUR LES PROBLÈMES CRIMINELS (CDPC), Apologised / Excusé

    STEERING COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS/COMITE DIRECTEUR POUR LES DROITS DE L’HOMME (CDDH)

    Vít A. SCHORM, Agent of the Czech Government before the European Court of Human Rights, Ministry of Justice / Ministère de la Justice, PRAGUE, CZECH RE PUBLIC - Apologised / Excusé

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    CHAIR OF A WORKING GROUP OF THE CEPEJ /
    PRESIDENT D’UN GROUPE DE TRAVAIL DE LA CEPEJ

    François PAYCHÈRE, Juge à la Cour de justice, GENEVE, SUISSE (Chair of the GT-QUAL / Président du GT-QUAL

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    SECRETARIAT
    Directorate General of Human Rights and Legal Affairs - Justice Division

    Direction Générale des droits de l’Homme et des affaires juridiques - Division de la Justice

    Fax: +33 3 88 41 37 43 - e-mail: cepej@coe.int

Stéphane LEYENBERGER, Acting Head of the Justice Division, Secretary of the CEPEJ/Chef de la Division de la justice a.i., Secrétaire de la CEPEJ, Tel : +33 3 88 41 34 12, e-mail: stephane.leyenberger@coe.int

    Muriel DECOT, Co-Secretary of the CEPEJ/Co-secrétaire de la CEPEJ, Tél: +33 3 90 21 44 55, e-mail: muriel.decot@coe.int

    Barbara SCHERER, Special Advisor to the Secretariat of the CEPEJ/Conseiller spécial auprès du Secrétariat de la CEPEJ, Tel : +33 3 90 21 53 57, e-mail : barbara.scherer@coe.int

     

Kelly SIPP, Administrative assistant/Assistante administrative, Tel: +33 3 90 21 48 45, e-mail: kelly.sipp@coe.int

Jean-Pierre GEILLER, Documentation, Tél : +33 3 88 41 22 27, e-mail : jean-pierre.geiller@coe.int

Annette SATTEL, Communication, Tél: +33 3 88 41 39 04, e-mail: annette.sattel@coe.int

Elisabeth HEURTEBISE, Assistant/Assistante, Tél : +33 3 88 41 35 54, Fax : +33 3 88 41 37 45, e-mail: elisabeth.heurtebise@coe.int

INTERPRETERS / INTERPRÈTES

    Robert SZYMANSKI

    Chloé CHENETIER

    Didier JUNGLING



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