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18. 07. 24

With respect to the Opinion of the High Judicial Council of 20 July 2018 regarding Draft Amendments to the Constitution of Republic of Serbia of 13 April 2018, and pursuing the adopted Opinion of the Venice Commission number 921-2018 of 25 June 2018 on the draft amendments to the Constitutional provisions on the judiciary, the Judges’ Association of Serbia issues the following

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18. 01. 24

On the occasion of the working text of the amendments to the Constitution of the Republic of Serbia, that the Ministry of Justice published on 22 January 2018, the Judges’ Association of Serbia, Centre for Judicial Research and Belgrade Centre for Human Rights issue the following

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17. 11. 03


On the occasion of adoption of Rulebooks on the procedure for admittance of judicial and prosecutorial assistants


The Judges’ Association of Serbia is cautioning the public for the consequences that may arise from the solutions envisaged by the Rulebook on the procedure for admittance of judicial assistants and the Rulebook on the procedure for admittance of prosecutorial assistants (Official Gazette 92/2017), based on which,the mandate on admittance of assistants is being taken away from the courts and public prosecution offices and entrusted to the Judicial Academy.

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17. 10. 30

The Judges’ Association of Serbia, Association of Public Prosecutors and the Deputies, Centre for Judicial Research, Association of Court and Prosecution Assistants of Serbia, Committee of Lawyers for Human Rights - YUCOM and Belgrade Centre for Human Rights have informed the Ministry of Justice about their decision to terminate their participation in the so-called consultations regarding the amendments to the Constitution, primarily for the reason that the State has not yet presented its own baseline for amendments to the Constitution and because the process itself is being directed towards the mechanisms that would make the judiciary even more dependent on the political power, but also for the reason that the debate between the participants of this process has not been enabled, nor has the participation of other state institutions been provided in the debate, primarily the participation of the judicial councils, courts and public prosecution offices. 

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