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29 March 2020

Activity Details (ID# 32687)  

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Title Discussion of the Opinion No.12 (2009) of the Consultative Council of European Judges and Opinion No.4 (2009) of the Consultative Council of European Prosecutors (CCPE) on the relations between judges and prosecutors 
Status Completed 
Date 27/04/2011 
Location Kyiv, Ukraine
Countries CoE Members: Ukraine
  Joint Programme Activity - UKR-TEJSU
Joint Programme EC/CoE
JP UKR-TEJSU - Transparency, independence and efficiency of the judicial system and increased access to justice for all citizens in Ukraine    (Logframe)  (Activities)
Project Purpose 1 - 2008/DGHL/JP/1798   Ukraine: Transparency and efficiency of the Judicial System of Ukraine
Expected Result 1.2 - Judges and Prosecutors are able to use European standards and best practices in their everyday work.
Council of Europe Programme of Activities
I – Rule of Law
Line of Action ⇒ II.1 – Ensuring Justice
Programme ☆ II.1.1  Independence and efficiency of Justice

Working Method

Organisation of meetings - Round Table 
Directorate (Service) Human Rights and Legal Affairs (Cooperation - Legal and Human Rights Capacity Building Department)
CoE Contact ,   email
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Objective(s) To discuss provisions of the above-mentioned opinions as well as their possible implementation in Ukraine. 
Output/Results The opinions were presented by members of the CCJE in respect of Ukraine and Belgium. Representatives of the Verkhovna Rada (Parliament), the Supreme Court, the higher courts, the SCA, the HCJ, the NSJ, the General Prosecutor’s Office (GPO), the National Academy of Prosecution and bodies of judicial self-government took part in the discussion. Issues related to judicial independence, training of judges, proper financing and management of the judiciary as well as the workload of judges were identified as the main issues influencing the quality of Ukrainian courts’ decisions. 
Conclusions/Follow Up n/a 
Participants Supreme Court of Ukraine
High Administrative Court of Ukraine
Council of Judges of Administrative Courts
State Court Administration
National School of Judges
High Specialised Court for Consideration of Civil and Criminal Cases
Parliament (Committee on the Judiciary)
Council of Judges of Commercial Courts
High Council of Justice
General Prosecutor’s Office
High Commercial Court 
Consultants/Experts Mr Paul Maffei 
CoE Secretariat Mr Oscar Alarcon
Mr Carsten Mahnke
Mr Oleksiy GOTSUL
Ms Oksana Farbota
Total No. Participants 32 
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