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National Correspondent

Violeta BELEGANTE

Ministry of Justice

Chef du service du droit privé
Direction de l'Elaboration des actes normatifs, des etudes et de la documentation
Ministère de la Justice de la Roumanie
BUCAREST
+40 37 204 12 04 ; +40 37 204 11 96
+40 37 204 11 95
vbelegan@just.ro

 

 

Oana Schmidt – Hăineală
Prosecutor
Member of the Romanian Superior Council of Magistracy
BUCAREST
 

     
Member of the Lisbon Network

 

Pilot Court

Constantin BRANZAN
Directeur
Institut National de la Magistrature
+40.21.407.62.55
+40.21.407.62.57
constantin.branzan@inm-lex.ro

 

 

 

 

 

 

Departemental Court of Arges (Tribunalul Arges)

Andrea Moncia PRUNARU
Judge, vice-president of Arges Tribunal
Boulevard Eroilor n° 3-5
PITETI

andreea.prunaru@just.ro
site: www.justitie-ag.ro

     
Evaluation Exercise
 
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Translations of CEPEJ documents (if available):

Handbook for conducting satisfaction surveys aimed at Court users in Council of Europe's member States / MANUAL PENTRU REALIZAREA DE ANCHETE ASUPRA GRADULUI DE SATISFACTIE A UTILIZATORILOR TRIBUNALELOR DIN STATELE MEMBRE ALE CONSILIULUI EUROPE
Recommendation CM/Rec(2010)12 of the Committee of Ministers to member states on judges: independence, efficiency and responsibilities / Recomandarea CM/Rec(2010)12 a Comitetului Miniştrilor către statele membre cu privire la judecători: independenţa, eficienţa şi responsabilităţile

CEPEJ 2006 evaluation report (translated into Romanian)

Recommendations and Resolutions of the Council of Europe (translated in Romanian)

Framework Programme "A new objective for judicial systems:  the processing of each case within an optimum and foreseeable timeframe" (translated in Romanian)

Compendium of "best practices" on time management of judicial proceedings (translated in Romanian)

Checklist of indicators for the analysis of lengths of proceedings in the justice system (translated in Romanian)

Guidelines for a better implementation of the existing recommendation concerning mediation in penal matters (translated in Romanian)

Guidelines for a better implementation of the existing recommendation concerning family mediation and mediation in civil matters (translated in Romanian)

Guidelines for a better implementation of the existing Recommendation on alternatives to litigation between administrative authorities and private parties (translated in Romanian)

     
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Resources
 

Legal texts (Codes, laws, regulations etc.)

    www.legislatie.just.ro
    www.csm1909.ro

Case-law of the higher court/s

    www.scj.ro

    www.portal.just.ro/Jurisprudenta.aspx

Other documents (e.g. forms)

    www.csm1909.ro

     
Recent developments in the judicial field

Romanian Rule of Law Reform: A Two-Dimensional Approach, by Martin Mendelski - January 2011

A debate is under way on the accountability of judges and prosecutors (legislative amendments imposing tougher penalties for serious disciplinary offences). A campaign against corruption in the judiciary has been launched (video clips). The codes of criminal and civil procedure are to be revised, including the juvenile justice system. Court decisions can now be accessed on line. All the Council of Europe recommendations in the field of justice have been translated into Romanian and circulated to the courts.

Organisational chart of the system of justice