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16 April, 2020

Changes in the number of judges in the departments of the Senate

The Judicial Council has supported the Supreme Court's proposal to change the number of judges in the departments of the Senate, namely, to redistribute one position of a judge of the Department of Civil Cases to the Department of Administrative Cases and to determine that as of 1 May there are 11 judges in the Department of Administrative Cases, 15 judges in the Department of Civil Cases and 9 judges in the Department of Criminal Cases.
11 March, 2020

The selection of candidates for the position of the Prosecutor General will henceforth be the responsibility of the Judicial Council

On March 11, amendments to the Law “On Judicial Power” and the “Office of the Prosecutor Law” come into force, which changes the procedure for selecting and appointing the Prosecutor General. The Prosecutor General will henceforth be appointed not on the proposal of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, but on the proposal of the Judicial Council.
10 March, 2020

It is considered necessary to maintain a unified competition for the position of a judge of the Supreme Court

Having supported the amendments to the Constitutional Court Law and the State Civil Service Law developed to ensure the independence of the Constitutional Court and to strengthen the status of a judge of the Constitutional Court, the Judicial Council does not support the amendments to the law “On Judicial Power”, which provide for judges of the Constitutional Court to apply for the position of a judge of the Supreme Court outside the established order.
11 February, 2020

The current selection procedure for judicial candidates will be in force until April

Having heard the information provided by a working group set up by the Council for the Judiciary on the development of a new procedure for the selection of judicial candidates of district (city) courts and regional courts, the Council extended the existing candidate selection procedure until April 1.
6 February, 2020

The Council for the Judiciary raises the issue of time limits for adjudication of cases

The Council for the Judiciary, at its meeting on Monday, February 10, will discuss how to identify and address the factors that affect the long delays in individual court proceedings.