The CEPEJ report, published on 22nd October 2020, contains contains quantified, commented and analysed data on the functioning of the judicial systems of 45 European States and 3 Observer States (Morocco, Israel and Kazakhstan), making it possible to measure the efficiency and quality for each of them.

Tables, graphs and analyses (alsa available in Bulgarian)

Country Profiles

CEPEJ-STAT database

Powerpoint presentation: presentation projected during the press conference

How is one country situated in relation to the others?Country fact sheets give the situation of your country in relation to other countries. They concern, in general, human and financial resources, salaries of judges and prosecutors, qualitative information on their recruitment and promotion, the use of IT in judicial systems, the CEPEJ efficiency indicators (clearance rate and disposition time), data on the prosecutors' workload and the existence of mediation procedures. 

You can also consult the exhaustive replies to the questionnaire by country as transmitted by the national correspondents

To extract, cross-reference and compare data, you can use the dynamic public database CEPEJ-STAT which contains data since 2010. It allows you to generate graphs, tables and maps on quantitative and qualitative data by theme. Several tables include the answers to the CEPEJ evaluation questionnaire as transmitted by the national correspondents appointed by each member or observer state participating in the evaluation process. Other tables reflect the answers which have been processed or presented on the basis of aggregated and standardised values.  



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