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10th CEPEJ anniversary

6 December 2012


A long way to the efficiency and quality of justice (4 pm to 5.30 pm)


   
The initial ambitions of the CEPEJ and the current achievements

by Eberhard DESCH, Head of Division of International Law, Federal Ministry of Justice, Berlin
Former President of the CEPEJ

Interview: "As first President of the CEPEJ from 2003 to 2006, can you describe the initial ambitions of the CEPEJ and its achivements ?"
 
 
 
Efficiency and quality of justice are still to be improved: new challenges for the CEPEJ in the coming years.

Round Table chaired by André POTOCKI, Judge at the European Court of Human Rights, former Vice-President of the CEPEJ with the participation of:
 
 
• Eberhard DESCH, President of the CDCJ

 

Paul MAFFEI, Vice-President of the CCJE

 
 
• João Manuel DA SILVA MIGUEL, President of the CCPE

 
 
• Georg STAWA (Austria), Vice-President of the CEPEJ

Interview: Georg Stawa, CEPEJ Vice-President : « Which will be the main improvements in the works of the CEPEJ in the coming years ? »