Continuation of the expert support in reviewing the newly adopted Law on Judicial Cooperation in Criminal matters with EU countries

Continuation of the expert support in reviewing the newly adopted Law on Judicial Cooperation in Criminal matters with EU countries

PODGORICA, 18-20 July 2019 – In close coordination with the Ministry of Justice, the EURoL II organised the Expert Mission in order to provide assistance and reviewing of the newly adopted Law on Judicial Cooperation in Criminal matters with EU countries. The mission was delivered by  Mr Gualtiero Michelini, judge of the Court of Appeal of Rome, with judicial background and extensive knowledge and expertise in international judicial cooperation. The same expert, within the EUROL II project, during the last year has prepared  the Training Needs Assessment among judges, state prosecutors and Ministry of Justice staff on which basis it was developed Training Programme on International Judicial Cooperation that is now in the implementation phase.

The purpose of this mission was to discuss with representatives of the Ministry of Justice results and suggestions achieved through the review of the newly adopted Law on Judicial Cooperation in Criminal matters with EU countries, which has been supported by the  EURoL II project, and to collect as much as possible information about the current state, problems and potential needs for improvements in the area of judicial cooperation and mutual legal assistance in criminal but also in civil matters.  During the mission several meeting where held with representatives of the Ministry of Justice/Directorate for International Judicial Cooperation and Projects, and Directorate for Civil legislation and supervision, and the Judicial Council.

The mission was successfully organised within the Component 1 of the Project: Enhanced efficiency of the Judicial system.

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