Delegation of judges from R. of Moldova visits CSM

A delegation of judges from the  Republic of Moldova, who have set up a group for drawing up guidelines to include recommendations for individualizing the punishment for certain crimes, pays a working visit in Romania for an exchange of experience with the judges from the Supreme Council of Magistracy’s (CSM).

According to a CSM release quoted by Agerpres, the working group’s visit on Tuesday and Wednesday is taking place amid the implementation of the project of the Association of the American Bars/the Initiatives for the Rule of Law (ABA ROLI Moldova) on drawing up guidelines for the judges in the area of individualizing and applying the penal punishment and it is aimed at getting acquainted with Romania’s experience in this field.

The participants in the meeting were presented aspects relating the CSM mission, the independence of the judiciary, the main actions conducted within the limits of competence, the Council structure and main powers.

Also featuring on the agenda of the talks were issues relating the involvement of the Supreme Council of Magistracy in unifying the judicial practice by chronologically presenting the main measures promoted to this effect as well as for the improving the single legislation and aspects regarding the disciplinary responsibility of the magistrates.


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