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27 November, 2019

Support for waiving of administrative immunity of judges

The Council for the Judiciary supported amendments prepared by the Saeima (parliament) to the Law on Judicial Power and the Judicial Disciplinary Liability Law, which concern the waiving of administrative immunity of judges and dismissal of judges in case of disciplinary proceedings initiated regarding conduct of a judge that is incompatible with the status of a judge.
27 November, 2019

The Council for the Judiciary repeatedly rejects the establishment of the Economic Court

Having reviewed a draft law prepared by the Ministry of Justice for amendments to the law “On Judicial Power”, which provides for the establishment of a specialized economic court, the Council for the Judiciary repeatedly rejected establishment of such a specialized court. The Council for the Judiciary still considers that specialization of judges is possible within the existing judicial system.
4 November, 2019

The Latvian Judges Conference adopts a resolution on the remuneration of judges and court employees

Emphasizing that a remuneration commensurate with the position of a judge and competitive remuneration for court employees is a prerequisite for the balanced development of all branches of the state power and strengthening of the rule of law in the country, the Latvian Judges Conference adopted a resolution “On Remuneration of Judges and Court Employees”. The resolution will be sent to the President, the Saeima (Parliament) and the Cabinet of Ministers.