Jautrite Briede, the senator of the Department of Administrative Cases of the Senate of the Supreme Court presents her report on cancellation of administrative act in case-law of the Supreme Court at the conference regarding administrative procedure in Kazakhstan, which takes place in Almaty, this week.  

The conference is organised by German Association for International Cooperation (GIZ), which has implemented programme entitled “Supportto rule of law in Central Asia” in countries with ex-Soviet legal system.

In July, delegation consisting of managers of judicial and state administration institutions and lecturers of higher educational institutions from Kirgizstan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan visited the Supreme Court of the Republic of Latvia within framework of this programme, and Jautrite Briede acquainted them with experience of implementation of administrative courts and administrative proceedings in Latvia. Guests evaluated lecture of experienced specialist in administrative law with appreciation and invited the senator to participate in the conference in Almaty.

In his turn, Janis Neimanis, the senator of the Department of Administrative Cases of the Senate, in the beginning of November in Ashgabat participated in conference about separation of administrative procedure and civil procedure. Judges, prosecutors and employees of public administration institutions from Turkmenistan and Germany participated in the conference. The senator Neimanis presented report on separation of Latvian administrative procedure law from civil procedure provisions, specifying aspects of codification of laws.  

The senator Neimanis also read lecture about fundamental issues of state law and administrative procedure law in Turkmen State University and participated in work group of development of Civil Procedure Law of Turkmenistan.

Previously, on October 25, the senator Janis Neimanis presented report on problematic issues of Latvian administrative procedure law in Tartu, at the conference about dawn of modern state administration organised by the Supreme Court of Estonia and University of Tartu. Legal scientists, historians and judges from both Estonia and Germany participated in the conference.

In his report, the senator mentioned development of administrative procedure law and main topical issues of present moment.

 

Information prepared by

Rasma Zvejniece, the Head of the Division of Communication of the Supreme Court

E-mail: rasma.zvejniece@at.gov.lv, telephone: 67020396, 28652211