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20. 06. 08

Following recent events taking place in Polish judiciary, in which judge Igor Tuleya was called to a hearing at the Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court in Poland, at which lifting his immunity will be considered, Judges’ Association of Serbia and Association of Public Prosecutors and Deputy Public Prosecutors of Serbia, as members of MEDEL, have joined with other member organizations in showing support to judge Tuleya and other fellow judges in Poland.

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Representatives of JAS and PAS have delivered letters in which they expressed concern with the situation in the Republic of Poland to the Delegation of the EU to the Republic of Serbia.

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You can download the letter here.

20. 05. 07

MEDEL STATEMENT ON THE MAY 5TH, 2020 DECISION OF THE GERMAN CONSTITUTIONAL COURT 

 

The German Constitutional Court (GCC) issued on May 5th, 2020, its long-awaited decision on the European Central Bank’s Public Sector Purchase Program. Apart from the questions regarding the financial assistance program, this decision is being read as a potential threat to the EU legal order, because of the possible underlying interpretation of the principle of supremacy of EU law and of the relationship between constitutional courts of member States and the European Court of Justice (ECJ).

Read More: MEDEL STATEMENT ON THE MAY 5TH, 2020 DECISION OF THE GERMAN CONSTITUTIONAL COURT
20. 01. 09

Judges’ Association of Serbia and Association of Public Prosecutors and Deputy Public Prosecutors of Serbia will, through their representatives in MEDEL and EAJ, take part in the Silent March on January 11 in Warsaw, along with their colleagues from other European States.

JAS and PAS applaud independent judges in Poland, support their brave resistance against measures breaching independence of the judiciary and derogating the rule of law, and encourage them to persevere in their fight.

19. 12. 19

Mid December 2019 will mark ten years since Serbian judiciary was forced to take part in a retrograding and a rule-of-law-wise demolishing process – reappointment of all the judges and public prosecutors. In only two days, over 1000 judges and public prosecutors lost their jobs without charge, trial and guilt, without the right to be presented with any evidence, which were never there in the first place, without judgement and right to appeal.

Read More: "10 Years Since the Reappointment – Reminiscing Baleful Actions So That They Do Not Happen Again"...
19. 06. 04

As a way of reaffirming our solidarity, MEDEL member association from Poland, Iustitia, has made a video with images of detentions in Turkish courts after the coup in Turkey and with judges and prosecutors from all over Europe, reading some of the letters of Turkish judges.