PROJECT: Support to the development and implementation of justice policies in the Republic of Moldova

17 April 2020

PROJECT: Support to the development and implementation of justice policies in the Republic of Moldova

Project Duration: November 2019 – November 2020

 

Project Description: The project is implemented by IPRE in partnership with the Legal Resource Center with the financial support of the European Union for a period of 12 months

The overall objective of the project is to support to the development and implementation of justice policies in the Republic of Moldova.

The specific objective is to participate in the development and monitoring of reforms policies contributing to the fight against corruption, independence of the judiciary and access to justice in the Republic of Moldova.

Project Activities:

  • A 1.1. Review policy documents and legislation related to the evaluation and selection of judges and prosecutors assess preliminary results and identify related gaps of such process.
  • A 1.2. Assess reform efforts including related to the Superior Council of Magistrates, the Superior Council of Prosecutors, the General Prosecutors Office and the Moldovan Courts System; through review of related policy and legal acts and other public documents.
  • A 1.3. Assess other reform efforts in the field of justice reform and the fight against corruption, identify relevant gaps and promote alternative solutions; through public reports, organization of public events and other awareness raising activities.

Key preliminary outputs of the project since November 2019:

  • Review policies, strategies and draft laws in the area of the justice sector.
  • Regular by-monthly Memos on the developments in the Justice Sector of the Republic of Moldova
  • Prepare and submit Onions for Moldovan relevant public authorities on policies, draft laws and key developments in the justice sector.
  • A list of latest opinions is available below:
  • Opinion on the proportionality and the legality of the measures taken by the Government during the state of emergency[1];
  • Opinion on the selection process for the appointment of 4 members of the Supreme Council of Magistrates from the side of law professors, submitted to the Secretariat of the Legal Standing Committee and Ministry of Justice[2];
  • Opinion on the draft Law on performance evaluation and the career of judges[3];
  • Analytical paper on the importance of transparency, objectivity and justification in the process of selection of the candidate for the position of Prosecutor General (in RO only)[4].

[1] http://ipre.md/2020/03/30/opinion-on-the-proportionality-and-legality-of-the-measures-taken-by-the-government-during-the-state-of-emergency/?lang=en

[2] http://ipre.md/2020/03/11/expertii-ipre-si-crjm-recomanda-suspendarea-concursului-pentru-numirea-celor-patru-membri-ai-csm-din-randul-profesorilor-de-drept-titulari-si-propun-un-mecanism-apolitic-de-preselectie-a-candidat/?lang=en

[3] http://ipre.md/2020/02/13/opinie-cu-privire-la-proiectul-de-lege-privind-evaluarea-performantelor-si-cariera-judecatorilor/?lang=en

[4] http://ipre.md/2019/11/28/nota-analitica-nr-102019-importanta-transparentei-caracterului-obiectiv-si-justificarii-in-procesul-de-selectie-a-candidatului-la-functia-de-procuror-general/

 

 

 

This project is funded by the European Union.

 

 

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