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Strasbourg, 16 May 2002

Conference of Prosecutors General of Europe

3rd Session

organised by the
Council of Europe
in co-operation with the
Prosecutor General of Slovenia

Ljubljana, 12 – 14 May 2002

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P R O G R A M M E

Sunday, 12 May 2002

- Tour
- Informal preparatory meetings for the Conference

Monday, 13 May 2002

Morning: Plenary session with the Prosecutor General of Slovenia on the chair

    - Opening of the Conference [open to the media]
    - Message from the President of the Republic of Slovenia read out
    - Report by the Chair of the Coordinating Bureau
    - Report by the Prosecutor General of Slovenia on the impact of Recommendation (2000) 19

Afternoon: Two working parties met separately:

    - WP1: relations between public prosecution and the judiciary

        Chair: Mr Harald Range, Prosecutor General at Celle (Germany)
        Rapporteur : Mr Jean-Amédée Lathoud, Prosecutor General at the Court of Appeal of Douai (France)

    - WP2: Prosecutors specialising in anti-mafia cases and economic and financial criminality

        Chair: Mr Francesco Mandoi, Deputy National Anti-mafia Prosecutor (Italy)

Tuesday, 14 May 2002

Morning: Two working parties met separately:

    - WP3: Ethics / liability of individual prosecutors

        Chair: Mr Marc Robert, Prosecutor General of Auvergne (France)
        Rapporteur: Mr B E P Myjer, Hoofdadvocaat-generaal, Ressortsparket Amsterdam, Professor of law at Amsterdam University

    - WP4: international co-operation in criminal matters, including relations with Eurojust

Chair: Mr Vito Monetti, Deputy Prosecutor General, Court of Cassation, Rome (Italy)
Rapporteur: Secretariat of the Council of Europe
Lecturer: Mr Olivier de Baynast, member of Eurojust

Late morning: Meeting of the Bureau with the rapporteurs with a view to preparing draft conclusions

Afternoon: Plenary session with the Prosecutor General of Slovenia on the chair:
- Reports from the different working parties
- Presentation of the draft conclusions
- General discussion
- Adoption of conclusions [open to the media]

Evening:
- Official close of the Conference
- Reception offered to participants by the Prosecutor General of Slovenia