COUNCIL OF JUDGES AND PROSECUTORS
Turkish
Malta Study Visit

 

A committee of 12 officials from High Council of Judges and Prosecutors (HCJP), made a study visit to Malta between 21-24 March 2017 with the purpose of increasing the knowledge and experience of the rapporteur judges and inspectors at the Council by examining the activities of The International Institute for Justice and Rule of Law (IIJ) in Valetta, the capital of Malta, on site and visiting Maltese judiciary institutions. The committee was chaired by Mr. Mehmet DURGUN, Member of the First Chamber of HCJP, and accompanied by Mr. İsa ÇELİK, Member of the First Chamber of HCJP and Mr. Turan KULOĞLU, Deputy General Secretary.

In the morning of 22 March 2017, The International Institute for Justice and Rule of Law was visited. The meeting held at this institute started with the opening speeches of Mr. Reinhard UHRIG, the Director, Administrative and Outreach of the Institute and Mr. Mehmet DURGUN. After that, Mr. Süleyman ÖZAR, Senior Adviser, made a presentation on the topic of “The Missions and the Activities of the International Institute for Justice and Rule of Law” and Mr. Zeki UYSAL, Rapporteur Judge of HCJP made a presentation on the topic of “Structure and Working Procedures of the HCJP and Repercussions of the 15 July on Judiciary”. In the afternoon of the same day, Malta/Valetta Embassy and Turkish Cemetery were visited.

On 23 March 2017, Maltese Courthouse was visited. Subsequently the committee visited Minister of Justice and Maltese Attorney General, respectively. During these visits, an exchange of information about the judiciary systems of the two countries took place.

Following the completion of their work, the Committee returned home on 24 March 2017.

 

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