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First session of the second cycle of Working group 3 – Judiciary and Fundamental Rights (Chapter 23) “Reform ideas for “cleared” judiciary through the prism of existing mechanisms”

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The arranged time of 3 hours was insufficient for the debate, at today's NCEU-МК session, on the subject "Reform ideas for "cleared" judiciary through the prism of existing mechanisms" as a part of the First session of the second cycle of Working Group 3 (Judiciary and fundamental rights – Chapter 23) which was held on the Zoom platform, noting the participation of over 50 Macedonian and Slovakian experts. "We have enough mechanisms, and we feel that through them an independent judiciary ...

Sixth session of Working group 3 – Judiciary and Fundamental Rights (Chapter 23) “Settlement as a measure for more efficient judiciary”

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The sixth session of  NCEU-MK Working Group 3 on Justice and Fundamental Rights (Chapter 23) took place on 11.09.2019 in the Club of Parliamentarians in Skopje. The topic of the discussion was: "Settlement as a measure for a more efficient judiciary". This session was attended by more than 50 representatives of all stakeholders, representatives of the academic community, judges, public prosecutors, NGOs and an expert from the Slovak Republic. The session was opened by the moderator Muhame ...

Fifth session of Working Group 3 – Judiciary and Fundamental Rights (Chapter 23) “Judiciary and High Corruption: Approaching or Moving away from European Standards?”

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The Fifth Session of Working Group 3 (Chapter 23: Judiciary and Fundamental Rights) was devoted to the topic of "Judiciary and High Corruption: Approaching or Moving away from European Standards?". This topic, which is of great importance for the Republic of Northern Macedonia, has caused a constructive and fruitful debate between the Experts, the speakers, and all present at the session. Panelists at this session were: Professor Nikola Tupancheski, Expert at the NCEU-MK and professor at the Fac ...

Fourth session of Working Group 3 – Judiciary and Fundamental Rights (Chapter 23) “Constitutional Court Reform Related to Chapter 23”

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At the fourth working session of the National Convention on the European Union in the Republic of Macedonia on the topic "Constitutional Court Reform Related to Chapter 23" of Working Group 3 - Judiciary and Fundamental Rights held on 12.02.2019 in the MP's Club, it was discussed about the need to free the judiciary from political influence. "All previous recommendations that the National Convention refers to the Government can be reduced to one basic conclusion, that it is necessary to act in ...
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