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20 September, 2018

Polish National Judicial Council has been temporarily deprived of the right to vote in the ENCJ

Polish National Judicial Council has been temporarily deprived of the right to vote in the ENCJ
18 September, 2018

All representatives of the judiciary are elected to the Council for the Judiciary, the Judicial Qualifications Committee and the Judicial Disciplinary Committee

On September 18, in the second round of elections Dzintra Balta, judge of Riga Regional Court, was elected to the Council for the Judiciary.
18 September, 2018

Judges want to limit the role of the Minister of Justice in appointing chairs of courts

By an overwhelming majority, in the electronic conference on the September 18 the judges expressed their support for the proposal that the chairs of district (city) and regional courts should be appointed by the Council for the Judiciary after the proposal of the general meeting of judges for a term of five years.
11 September, 2018

Three new judges are elected in the Council for the Judiciary, and there will be the second round of elections

On September 11, Juris Stukans, judge of Riga Regional Court, Guntars Plorins, judge of Valmiera Courthouse of the Administrative District Court, and Andris Zutis, judge of Rezekne Court, have been elected as members of the Council for the Judiciary at the Judges’ Electronic Conference.
11 September, 2018

Judge Adrija Kasakovska is elected to the Judicial Ethics Commission

Adrija Kasakovska, judge of Zemgale District Court, was elected as a member of the Judicial Ethics Commission for a term of four years. She was nominated by district (city) court judges for this office.
8 September, 2018

Conference looks back at the centenary of the judicial system and highlights the role of a judge in the future

This year's Latvian Judges’ Conference which took place on September 7 was devoted to the centennial of the Latvian judicial system and its prospects. The Conference was attended by representatives of the Supreme Courts from countries that also celebrate their centenary – Lithuania, Estonia, Finland and Poland.