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EUROPÉAN COMMISSION FOR THE EFFICIENCY OF JUSTICE (CEPEJ)

File : Impact of the publication of the 2012 edition of the CEPEJ evaluation report of European judicial systems

Monaco

20th CEPEJ plenary meeting, 6 and 7 December 2012 in Strasbourg

The articles report figures regarding the budget for justice. They mention that the budget is one of the most important in Europe but this observation must be mitigated by the small size of the country.

The article recalls that, as in Ireland and Scotland, it is impossible to complain about the administration of justice in Monaco.

The article reports the judicial backlog which tends to increase. The journalist adds that the lengths of proceedings in Monaco must be mitigated given the complex financial procedures considered in the courts which can take more than one year.

An article raises the issue of the defendant’s presence at the hearings and notes that in 2010, 49% of defendants were not present or were not represented at hearings.

An article mentions that more than half of cases brought to prosecutors were classified, in 2010.