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Dysfunctions within a court: how to highlight them? how to respond to them?

This file is based  on a study session organised by the CEPEJ on 30 November 2004, the purpose of which was to look at the mechanisms available to Member states when they are faced with dysfunctions in one of their courts. The idea was to take stock of the systems in force, think about what should be put in place and see how the CEPEJ could help improve these systems.

 

 

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Opening speech
Mr Guy DE VEL, Director General of Legal Affairs, Council of Europe

The French experience
Mr Christian RAYSSEGUIER, General Inspector of the Judiciary, Ministry of Justice

The Portuguese experience
Mr Carlos Manuel GONÇALVES DE MELO MARINHO, Member of the High Council of Justice

The Belgian experience
Mr Xavier DE RIEMAECKER, President of the High Council of Justice

 

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