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Public discussion: Judicial Anti-Corruption Program

On March 30 and 31, 2003 the Center for the Study of Democracy organized a working session to discuss the proposals submitted by the Task forces for elaboration of the initial version of the Judicial Anti-Corruption Program (JACP), concerning the following topics:

1. Constitutional Reform
2. Civil Law and Civil Procedure Law
3. Penal Law and Penal Procedure Law
4. Administrative Law and Administrative Procedure Law
5. Court Administration Reform. Training of Magistrates and of Judicial Administration Employees
6. Awareness and Confidence Building Measures in the Judiciary

Members and Task forces leaders, as well as experts of the CSD Law Program took part in the meeting. In the course of the discussion different proposals and opinions were expressed. The participants agreed on the idea of changing the Program's structure by joining together its first and fifth part, under the title Reforming the Organization (Structure and Government) and Functions of the Judiciary - Constitutional, Legislative and Institutional Aspects. The remarks, proposals and recommendations made will be incorporated in the future elaboration of the Program, and CSD will carry out additional consultations with experts, representatives of non-governmental organizations, state institutions, as well as distinguished lawyers.

See also:
Developing Judicial Anti-Corruption Program
Plan of Activities
Task Forces' Members

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