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CEPEJ Members

 

National Correspondents
Ibrahim CETIN
Judge working for the Ministry of Justice at the Department for Strategy Development
Ministry of Justice
ANKARA
TURKEY
ab41395@adalet.gov.tr
 
Ibrahim CETIN
Judge working for the Ministry of Justice at the Department for Strategy Development
Ministry of Justice
ANKARA
TURKEY
ab41395@adalet.gov.tr
     
Member of the Lisbon Network

 

Pilot Court
Ramazan CAYLI
Judge / Coordinator
Projects and External Relations Office
Justice Academy of Turkey
06095 CANKAYA ANKARA
+ 90 312 489 81 80 / 1112
+ 90 312 489 81 01
ramazan.cayli@adalet.gov.tr
 

Kubilay Inan
Judge
Saturn Project president
ab41052@adalet.gov.tr
Republic of Turkey

Ministry of Justice,

Ankara


Ibrahim Çetin
Judge
Saturn Project vice-president
ab41395@adalet.gov.tr
Republic of Turkey

Ministry of Justice,

Ankara

Turker Akceviz
expert
turker.akceviz@adalet.gov.tr
Ministry of Justice,

Ankara

Republic of Turkey

 

     
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Translations of CEPEJ documents (if available):

Study on Council of Europe Member States on Appeal and Supreme Courts' Lengths of Proceedings - AVRUPA INSAN HAKLARI MAHKEMESI IÇTIHATLARI TEMELINDE AVRUPA KONSEYI ÜYE DEVLETLERINDE YARGILAMA SÜRELERI HAKKINDA AVRUPA ADALETIN
ETKINLIGI KOMISYONU (CEPEJ) RAPORU

Website of the Minister of Justice of Turkey devoted to the CEPEJ

Handbook for conducting satisfaction surveys aimed at Court users in Council of Europe's member States - AVRUPA KONSEYI'NE ÜYE ÜLKELER IÇERISINDEKI MAHKEME KULLANICILARINA YÖNELIK MEMNUNIYET ANKETLERI DÜZENLEME REHBERI

Checklist for promoting the quality of justice and the courts - Yarginin ve mahkemelerin kalitesinin arttirilmasina yönelik kontrol listesi

SATURN guidelines for judicial time management - YARGIDA ZAMAN YÖNETIMI IÇIN SATÜRN REHBER ILKELERI

Time management checklist (Checklist of indicators for the analysis of lengths of proceedings in the justice system) - ZAMAN YÖNETIMI KONTROL LISTESI (Adalet sisteminde yargilamalarin uzunlugunun analiz edilmesine yönelik göstergelere iliskin kontrol listesi)

Guide for implementing the Saturn time management tools in Courts - MAHKEMELERDE SATURN ZAMAN YÖNETIMI ARAÇLARININ UYGULANMASI - REHBER

Evaluation Report of European judicial systems - 2008 edition (2006 data) -- Avrupa Etkin Yargi Komisyonu (CEPEJ) - Avrupa Yargi Sistemleri - 2008 Baski (2006 verileriyle) Adaletin Etkinlik ve Kalitesi

     
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Resources

Turquie: le plus grand Tribunal au monde bénéficie du soutien du Conseil de l’Europe
Dans le cadre du programme commun entre l’Union européenne et le Conseil de l’Europe: “Renforcer la gestion des tribunaux en Turquie” (JP COMASYT), le Conseil de l’Europe et le Ministère turc de la justice ont travaillé conjointement au renforcement d’un système de gestion des tribunaux à travers la diffusion des pratiques innovantes de gestion des tribunaux dans 20 tribunaux sélectionnés dans les différentes régions de Turquie. Le Tribunal anatolien d’Istanbul a demandé à joindre le JP COMASYT et à bénéficier de son soutien. Considéré comme l’un des plus grands tribunaux au monde, et le plus grand établissement public en Turquie, ce tribunal a été conçu conformément aux standards européens. Ce tribunal sera opérationnel à partir de janvier 2013. Le tribunal devrait accueillir près de 45000 visiteurs par jour et regroupera tous les tribunaux du côté anatolien d’Istanbul dans un bâtiment unique composé de 326 bureaux pour les procureurs, 298 salles d’audience, 51 bureaux d'exécution, 2 salles de conférence d’une capacité totale de 680 personnes, un parking d’une capacité de stationnement de 2600 véhicules, une cafétéria pour 2200 personnes et une crèche.

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Ministry of Justice

Website of the Minister of Justice of Turkey devoted to the CEPEJ

Turkish Law Site

Constitutional court

Supreme Court

 

Legal texts (Codes, laws, regulations etc.)

    http://digerlb.uyap.gov.tr/Veribankasi/yenitasarim/

    http://www.adalet.gov.tr.UYAP (Mevzuat Programi)

Case-law of the higher court/s

    http://digerlb.uyap.gov.tr/Veribankasi/yenitasarim/

    http://www.adalet.gov.tr.UYAP (Mevzuat Programi)

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    http://www.adalet.gov.tr/

Website of the Minister of Justice of Turkey devoted to the CEPEJ

     
Recent developments in the judicial field
Organisational chart of the system of justice