Strasbourg, 6 July 2012

    CEPEJ(2012)6

    EUROPÉAN COMMISSION FOR THE EFFICIENCY OF JUSTICE (CEPEJ)
    19th plenary meeting (5-6 July 2012)

    Abridged report

    A. FOREWORD

    The European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ) held its 19th plenary meeting in Strasbourg on 5 – 6 July 2012. The meeting was chaired by Mr John STACEY (United Kingdom).

    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

    § paid tribute to its former President, Fausto de SANTIS and recalled with emotion his strong commitment to developing CEPEJ’s activity; decided to formally dedicate to him the report “European judicial system – Edition 2012”;

    § 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 presented and discussed;

    2. 2011 Activity Report of the CEPEJ

    § adopted its 2011 Activity Report (CEPEJ(2012)4) and decided to forward it to the Committee of Ministers for approval;

    3. Evaluation process of judicial systems

    § welcomed the work achieved jointly by the members of the CEPEJ-GT-EVAL chaired by Mr Jean-Paul JEAN (France), the scientific-expert and the Secretariat to prepare the draft report which evaluates the functioning of judicial systems in Europe and thanked them warmly for the efforts dedicated to this exercise within a strict timeframe; it thanked the national correspondents who had coordinated the national replies to the evaluation Scheme and had fully cooperated with the experts so that they could submit a preparatory work of quality;

    § noted with satisfaction that the report includes the results of a survey carried out in 46 European states and can nowadays be considered as a reference tool to guide the reforms of public policies of justice;

    § adopted the "Report on European judicial systems – Edition 2012" (CEPEJ(2012)5), provided that:

      - written comments could be indicated by the delegations to the Secretariat before 13 July 2012 and taking into account the discussions during the present meeting;

      - further comments could be drafted by the experts of the CEPEJ-GT-EVAL, under the authority of the CEPEJ Bureau, who were instructed to do so to facilitate the reading and understanding of the statistical data; these comments would be made available to the members of the CEPEJ on the CEPEJ restricted web site on 13 August 2012, bearing in mind that no further amendments would be made after 3 September 2012;

    § decided that the Report would remain confidential until its official publication to take place on 20 September 2012 within the framework of Conference of the Ministers of Justice of the Council of Europe in Vienna and invited all its members and observers to strictly respect this rule of confidentiality so as to ensure the relevance and coherence of the publication by the Council of Europe;

    § decided to forward the report as soon as possible to the Ministers' Deputies so that they can take note of it;

    § instructed the experts of the CEPEJ-GT-EVAL to prepare an overview of the report to facilitate its understanding and reading; this overview would be submitted on 13 August 2012 to the CEPEJ for approval, through a written procedure, and published together with the report;

    § instructed the Secretariat to organise the appropriate publication and dissemination of the report, including through its website, as from 20 September 2012;

    § decided to publish in extenso, on its website, all the individual answers of the member states to the evaluation Scheme; therefore it invited each delegation to check that the national answers appearing on the CEPEJ website had indeed been updated and, where appropriate, to submit to the Secretariat a consolidated version of these replies before 15 September 2012;

    § agreed to pursue the evaluation exercise within the framework of a new cycle, while keeping a biennial timeframe; therefore instructed the CEPEJ-GT-EVAL, in cooperation with the other working groups, to study the opportunity to revise some questions of the evaluation scheme and entrusted its Secretariat to adapt the electronic version of the evaluation scheme so as to take into account the comments by the national correspondents and the CEPEJ's members;

    § agreed, in accordance with its medium-term activity programme, to pursue the analysis of the facts and figures presented in the report, including by opening the use of the data to researchers who would wish to benefit from the scientific support of the CEPEJ, according to modalities to be defined with the CEPEJ-GT-EVAL, under the authority of the CEPEJ Bureau;

    § in order to ensure with the highest quality the duration of this essential exercise for improving the efficiency and quality of justice in Europe, stressed the need for having a statistician permanently based within the CEPEJ Secretariat; this necessary resource could work on various elements of the CEPEJ activity report, including, in addition, the SATURN Observatory of length of proceedings;

    § took note of the information given by its experts on the peer evaluation visits on judicial statistics to Azerbaijan, agreed to pursue the cycle of evaluation and invited members states to propose to the Secretariat candidatures for further visits;

    § agreed to cooperate with its observer institution, the OECD, for evaluating European and possibly, in the future, non-European members of OECD as regards the functioning of their judicial system, according to specific modalities to be agreed with the CEPEJ Bureau;

    § took note that the CEPEJ Bureau had accepted the request from the European Commission to prepare a report on the impact of the functioning of judicial systems on the economy of the EU member states, based on the CEPEJ methodology for evaluating judicial systems and CEPEJ findings, within the framework of a contract between the European Commission and the Council of Europe, funded by the European Commission; took note that, under the authority of the CEPEJ-GT-EVAL and the Bureau, scientific experts appointed by the Secretariat were working until September 2012 on such report which would be forwarded to the European Commission to be used within the framework of its analysis on growth in Europe; instructed the Secretariat to give the opportunity to the member states to verify the way national data have been used within the framework of this study;

    4. Judicial time management

    § took note of the work carried out by the Steering group of the SATURN Centre and instructed it to pursue its work according to its strategic action plan;

    § reiterated its invitation to the volunteer courts in the member states to indicate to the Secretariat their candidature for organising within the court a coaching programme aimed at implementing the SATURN tools for judicial time management based on the CEPEJ Guide and invited its members to inform widely the courts in their states of this opportunity;

    5. Quality of justice

    § took note of the work carried out by the CEPEJ-GT-QUAL and instructed it to pursue its work accordingly;

    § reiterated its invitation to the volunteer courts in the member states to indicate to the Secretariat their candidature for organising a coaching programme aimed at organising user satisfaction surveys based on the CEPEJ Handbook and invited its members to inform widely the courts in their states of this opportunity;

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

    § took note the information on the activities of the Consultative Council of European Judges (CCJE), Consultative Council of European Prosecutors (CCPE), European Committee of Legal Cooperation (CDCJ) and Steering Committee for Crime Problems (CDPC) and confirmed its availability to cooperate with them within the framework of their work;

    § welcomed the presence and the message of support of the representative of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe and confirmed its willingness to cooperate with the Assembly if so requested;

    7. CEPEJ’s participation in the Council of Europe’s programme for the “neighbourhood policy”

    § welcomed the development of the Council of Europe’s neighbourhood policy including a strong component on justice reforms based on CEPEJ’s methodology and tools, confirmed its willingness to cooperate within this framework, and in particular as a key component of the Joint programme with the European Union for “strengthening democratic reform in the South countries neighbourhood” with Morocco, Tunisia and Jordan; agreed to extend such cooperation to other countries concerned when appropriate, provided that appropriate financial and human resources are made available;

    § supported a possible request by the states concerned to be granted the Observer status with the CEPEJ according to the provisions of the Resolution Res(2005)47 of the Committee of Ministers;

    8. Other cooperation with the European Union

    § took note of the information given by the representatives of Denmark and Cyprus, 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;

    § invited its members to forward to the Secretariat all the information on the celebration of the

    8th European Day of Justice in October 2012;

    § noted with satisfaction that 39 candidatures from 17 member states had already been submitted for the Crystal Scales of Justice which will be awarded in Vilnius on 25 October 2012, within the framework of the main event of the European Day of Justice organised by the Lithuanian authorities;

    9. Gender issues within CEPEJ activity

    § stressed that for the first time its report evaluating European judicial systems includes a specific chapter on the situation of gender issues within the judiciary and agreed to make its findings available for further research on this issue, and possibly to complete its activity programme accordingly;

    § in line with the Committee of Ministers’ Declaration of 12 May 2009: “Making gender equality a reality”, appointed Gábor SZÉPLAKI-NAGY (Hungary) as specific rapporteur of CEPEJ for gender issues;

    10. Observers to the CEPEJ

    § welcomed the delegation of Israel which have been granted the observer status with the CEPEJ by the Committee of Ministers;

    § took note of the information given by its Observers, and in particular the EU Fundamental Rights Agency, the International Union of Judicial Officers (UIHJ), the European Federation of Administrative Judges, Magistrats Européens pour la Démocratie et les Libertés (MEDEL), the European Network of the Judicial Councils (ENJC), the European Union of Rechtspfleger (EUR), the Council of the Bars and Law Society of the European Union (CCBE), thanked them for their concrete contribution to its activities, in particular in the drafting of the report evaluating judicial systems, and invited them to further contribute to the implementation of its activity programme;

    § decided to grant the Council of the Notariats of the European Union the Observer status with the CEPEJ;

      11. Preparation of the ceremonies of the 10th anniversary of the CEPEJ (6 - 7 December 2012)

§ entrusted its Bureau with preparing a special session of the CEPEJ to celebrate its 10th anniversary within the framework of the 20th plenary meeting in Strasbourg on 7 December 2012, highlighting in particular the tools and documents designed and published by the CEPEJ aimed at justice practitioners and policy makers.

APPENDIX I

AGENDA

      1. Opening of the meeting

      Tribute to Fausto DE SANTIS, by John STACEY, President of the CEPEJ

      2. Adoption of the agenda

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

      4. 2011 Activity Report of the CEPEJ: discussion in view of its adoption

      5. Evaluation of judicial systems

      Rapporteur: Jean-Paul JEAN, Chair of the CEPEJ-GT-EVAL (France)

      i. Report “European judicial systems – Edition 2012” : examination of the report in view of its adoption

      § Discussion of the report, chapter by chapter

      § Definition of the concrete modalities for finalising and adopting the report

      § Communication strategy

      ii. Co-operation process through a peer evaluation

      § Visit to Azerbaijan (29 - 31 May 2012)

      § Organisation of the next visits

      iii. Preparation of a report for the European Commission on the impact of the functioning of judicial systems on the economy

      § Exchange of views with the scientific experts: Eric DUBOIS, Christel SCHURRER and Marco VELICOGNA

      6. Information on the on-going work of the CEPEJ-GT-QUAL and the court coaching programme on satisfaction surveys

      7. Information on the on-going work of the SATURN Centre and the court coaching programme on judicial time management

      Rapporteur: Jacques BÜHLER (Switzerland) and Secretariat

      8. Co-operation between the CEPEJ and the other bodies of the Council of Europe

      § Consultative Council of European Judges (CCJE)

      § Consultative Council of European Prosecutors (CCPE)

      § European Committee on Legal Cooperation (CDCJ)

      § European Committee on Crime Problems (CDPC)

      § Steering Committee for Human Rights (CDDH)

      9. CEPEJ’s participation in the Council of Europe’s programme for the “neighbourhood policy” (Morocco, Tunisia and Jordan)

      10. Other co-operation with the European Union

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

      Rapporteurs: Klaus RUGAARD (Denmark) and Efi PAPADOPOULOU (Cyprus) on behalf of the outgoing and incoming presidencies of the European Union

      ii. Crystal Scales of Justice and European Day of Justice

      11. Appointment of a special rapporteur on gender issues

      12. Observers to the CEPEJ

      13. Preparation of the ceremonies of the 10th anniversary of the CEPEJ (6 - 7 December 2012)

      14. Any other business

    APPENDIX II

    List of Participants / Liste des participants

    ALBANIA/ALBANIE 

    Rovena HUSA, Chief of the courts archive, Ministry of Justice, TIRANA

    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 Projects, Strategy and Innovation, Federal Ministry of Justice, VIENNA, Vice-President of the CEPEJ /Vice-Président de la CEPEJ

    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, SPF Justice, BRUXELLES

    BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA/BOSNIE-HERZÉGOVINE

    Zlatko KULENOVIC, Republic of Srpska Supreme Court, BANJA LUKA

    BULGARIA/BULGARIE

    Gergana PAVLOVA, Junior Expert, International Legal Co-operation, and European Affairs Directorate, Ministry of Justice, SOFIA

    CROATIA/CROATIE : Apologised / Excusée

    CYPRUS/CHYPRE

Efi PAPADOPOULOU, Judge at the Supreme Court, NICOSIA

CZECH REPUBLIC/REPUBLIQUE TCHEQUE

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

    DENMARK/DANEMARK

    Klaus RUGAARD, Head of Finance and Analysis Department, Danish Court Administration, COPENHAGEN

    ESTONIA/ESTONIE

    Mai SELKE, Advisor, Ministry of Justice, TALLINN

    FINLAND/FINLANDE

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

    GERMANY/ALLEMAGNE

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

    Christina TRITZ, Judge, Social Court, Referat Finanzverfassungsrecht, Verwaltungsrecht, und öffentlich-rechtliche Fachgerichtsbarkeiten, Ministry of Justice Baden-Württemberg, STUTTGART

GREECE/GRÈCE 

Michalis PIKRAMMENOS, Ministry of Justice, Counselor of the State, ATHENS

    HUNGARY/HONGRIE

    Gábor SZÉPLAKI-NAGY, Procureur, Chef d’unité, Parquet Général, BUDAPEST

    ICELAND/ISLANDE

    Arnfriđur EINARSDÓTTIR, Judge, District Court of Reykjanes, HAFNARFIRDI

    IRELAND/IRLANDE

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

    ITALY/ITALIE

Luigi CIPOLLINI, Statisticien, Ministère de la Justice, ROME

    LATVIA/LETTONIE 

    Aija BRANTA, Judge of the Constitutional Court, RIGA

    Agnija KARLSONE, External Relation Officer, The Court Administration, 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, Magistrate, Court of Justice, Ministry of Justice and Home Affairs, VALLETTA

MOLDOVA

    Lilia GRIMALSCHI, Chef adjoint de Direction, Ministère de la Justice, CHISINAU

MONACO 

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

    MONTENEGRO/MONTÉNÉGRO

    Nina VUJOVIC, Ministry of Justice and Human Rights, 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

POLAND/POLOGNE 

    Grzegorz WALEJKO, Under Secretary of State, Ministry of Justice, WARSAW

    PORTUGAL 

    João ARSÉNIO DE OLIVEIRA, Head of Department, International Affairs Department, Directorate General for Justice Policy, Ministry of Justice, LISBON

    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

    Alexander PARSHIN, Deputy Director General of the Judicial Department at the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation, MOSCOW

    Pavel SMIRNOV, Adviser, Office of the Representative of the Russian Federation, European Court of Human Right, MOSCOW

    Yelena TRUFANOVA, Leading Consultant of the International Legal Co-operation Section of the Judicial Department at the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation. MOSCOW

    Konstantin KOSORUKOV, Deputy for Legal Affairs to the Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation at the Council of Europe, STRASBOURG, FRANCE

    SERBIA/SERBIE 

    Snezana DURDEVIC, Head of International Legal Assistance in civil matters, Ministry of Justice, BELGRADE

    Jelica PAJOVIC, Assistant Minister, Ministry of Justice, BELGRADE

    SLOVAK REPUBLIC/RÉPUBLIQUE SLOVAQUE

    Ladislav DUDITS, Judge, Kosice Regional Court, Krajsky sud v Kosiciach, KOSICE

    SLOVENIA /SLOVENIE

    Marko SORLI, Vice President of the Supreme Court, LJUBLJANA

    SPAIN/ESPAGNE 

    María Jesús FRAILE MARTIN, Rechtspfleger, Adviser to the Director General for International, Legal Cooperation and Religious Affairs, Ministry of Justice, MADRID

    SWEDEN/SUÈDE

    Eva FERNQVIST, Legal advisor, Legal Department, Swedish National Courts Administration, JÖNKÖPING

    Agneta KORNSTRAND, Chief Legal Officer, 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

    Hacı Ali ACIKGUL, Judge, Department for Strategy, Ministry of Justice, ANKARA

    Abdurrahman SERT, Judge, Strategic Development Department, Ministry of Justice, ANKARA

    UNITED KINGDOM/ROYAUME-UNI

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

    Rory MUNRO, Civil Justice Reform Programme Manager “Access to Justice”, Justice Policy Group, Civil Justice Reform, Ministry of Justice, LONDON

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    SCIENTIFIC EXPERTS / EXPERTS SCIENTIFIQUES

    Eric DUBOIS, Consultant en économie et institutions publiques

    Christel SCHURRER, Consultante pour les systèmes judiciaires

    Svetlana SPOIALA, Consultante en analyses statistiques

    Marco VELICOGNA, Consultant from the Reasearch Institute on Judicial Systems, National Research Council (IRSIG-CNR), BOLOGNA, ITALIE

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    President of the Working Group on Evaluation of Judicial Systems

    CEPEJ-GT-EVAL/

    Président du Groupe de travail sur l’évaluation des systèmes judiciaires

    CEPEJ-GT-EVAL

    Jean-Paul JEAN, Avocat général près la Cour d’Appel de Paris, Professeur associé à l’Université de Poitiers, Parquet Général, Palais de Justice, PARIS, FRANCE

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    BUREAU OF THE LISBON NETWORK / BUREAU DU RESEAU DE LISBONNE

    Shota RUKHADZE, Deputy Chairman, The High School of Justice, TBILISI, GEORGIA

    Aneta ARNAUDOVSKA, Judge, Director, Academy for Judges and Public Prosecutors, SKOPJE, THE FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA: Apologised / Excusée

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    OBSERVER STATES / ÉTATS OBSERVATEURS

    CANADA : Apologised / Excusé

HOLY SEE / SAINT-SIÈGE : Apologised / Excusé

JAPAN /JAPON : Apologised / Excusé

MEXICO / Mexique : Apologised / Excusé

ISRAEL / ISRAËL

    Keren WEINSHALL-MARGEL, Director, Israeli Courts Research Division (ICRD), The Supreme Court of Israel, JERUSALEM

    Inbal GALON (Ms), Researcher, Israeli Courts Research Division (ICRD), The Supreme Court of Israel, JERUSALEM

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    INVITED STATE / PAYS INVITE

    MOROCCO / MAROC

    Samira MEDDOUN, Magistrat de liaison auprès de l'Ambassade du Royaume du Maroc à Paris, PARIS

                     

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    OBSERVERS / OBSERVATEURS

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

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

    Patrick CHABERT, Bâtonnier, ROUEN, FRANCE

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

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

    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

    EUROPEAN FEDERATION OF ADMINISTRATIVE JUDGES / FÉDÉRATION EUROPÉENNE DES JUGES ADMINISTRATIFS

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

    MAGISTRATS EUROPÉENS POUR LES DÉMOCRATIES ET LES LIBERTÉS (MEDEL)

    Eric ALT, Vice-Président de MEDEL, Conseiller référendaire, Cour de Cassation, PARIS, FRANCE

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

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

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    EUROPEAN UNION / UNION EUROPÉENNE

    Daniel TODA CASTAN, European Union Delegation to the Council of Europe, STRASBOURG, FRANCE

    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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    ORGANISATION FOR ECONOMIC CO-OPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT (OECD) / ORGANISATION POUR LA COOPERATION ET LE DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIQUES (OCDE)

    Zsuzsanna LONTI, Senior Project Manager, PARIS, FRANCE

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, STRASBOURG

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

    Tamas GAUDY NAGY, Member of the Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights (Hungary)

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

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

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

    Edwin KILBY, Europe Division, International Directorate, Justice Policy Group, Ministry of Justice, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM

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

    Muriel DECOT, Secretary of the CCPE / Secrétaire du CCPE

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

    Fabienne SCHALLER, Chargée de Mission pour les négociations et la transposition des normes pénales internationales, Direction des affaires criminelles et des grâces, Ministère de la Justice et des libertés, PARIS, FRANCE

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    SECRETARIAT

      DGI – Human Rights and Rule of Law – Division for the Independence and Efficiency of Justice /

    DGI - Droits de l’Homme et Etat de droit – Division pour l’indépendance et l’efficacité de la justice

Hanne JUNCHER, Head of Justice and Legal Co-operation Department / Chef du service de la coopération judiciaire et juridique

Stéphane LEYENBERGER, Secretary of the CEPEJ / Secrétaire de la CEPEJ

    Muriel DECOT, Co-Secretary of the CEPEJ / Co-secrétaire de la CEPEJ

    Artashes MELIKYAN, Administrator / Administrateur

    Hasan HENDEK, Special Advisor to the Secretariat of the CEPEJ / Conseiller spécial auprès du Secrétariat de la CEPEJ

    Jean-Pierre GEILLER, Documentation

    Annette SATTEL, Communication

    Elisabeth HEURTEBISE, Assistant/Assistante

    TRAINEES / STAGIAIRES

    Marine MARX

    Pierre GELMETTI

    INTERPRETERS / INTERPRETES

    Lucie DE BURLET

    Luke TILDEN

    Jean-Jacques PEDUSSAUD

    Kolia ILIN

    Nikolay ARTEMOV



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