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20. 05. 23

Once again, MEDEL honours the memory of Giovanni Falcone, the Italian judge assassinated by the mafia on May 23rd, 1992, by marking this date as the Alert Day for the Independence of Justice.

All over Europe, the COVID-19 pandemic showed the fragile situation of judicial systems to cope with exceptional times, when they are most needed to ensure respect for the fundamental rights and freedoms of citizens.

Read More: 23rd of May - Alert Day for the Independence of Justice
20. 01. 20

Following frequent inappropriate and wrongful public appearances of certain state officials of the highest rank and statements in the media, made either due to misconception or malice, on public prosecutor’s office’s and court’s proceedings that have not been validly terminated, and ceaseless attacks on individual judges, which are all performed in slurring, wrathful and repulsive manner, leading the public to conclude that the judiciary is the only one to blame for the state of crime, as well as that holders of judicial functions lack legal knowledge, while at the same time pushing into the background the responsibility of legislative and executive powers to ensure appropriate technical and material equipment of public prosecutor’s offices and courts, their equal load and sufficient number of judicial and prosecutorial interns and assistants who would be paid for their work, as well as laws that would establish appropriate functional connection of public prosecutor’s offices and the police (this list is not exhaustive),

Read More: OPEN LETTER TO HJC, SPC AND RPP
20. 01. 16

MEDEL welcomes the decision of the European Commission announced on January 14th, 2020, requesting the European Court of Justice to apply Interim Measures in the infringement procedure regarding the disciplinary regime for Polish judges. 

Read More: MEDEL STATEMENT FOLLOWING THE DECISION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION
20. 01. 13

MEDEL was present in Warsaw on January 11th, 2020, in the march for the independence of the Judiciary, that gathered more than 25000 people and stretched for 4km.

MEDEL actively participated and had intervention in the press conference before the march.

It was an impressive demonstration of belief in the fundamental values of the Rule of Law and a clear sign to all national and European authorities that those values are at the heart of the European Union and that citizens will never cease fighting for their protection. 

The solidarity shown by all the international associations of judges and prosecutors present was unprecedented and made of this event a landmark that will be remembered for years to come.

We showed that we truly are European magistrates and that the judiciary in Europe is united in the struggle for the protection of the rule of law and the basic principles that are the common cornerstone of the Union.

Congratulations to MEDEL's member associations Iustitia and Lex Super Omnia, organizers of the march.

MEDEL truly thanks the polish colleagues not only for the courage and the example they are giving us, but because we believe that, in the future, the symbolism of yesterday's march will be much more important for us all in the whole EU than the help we may have given them.

MEDEL will keep its full commitment in the struggle for the Rule of Law.

We are all European magistrates!

20. 01. 11

This afternoon's (January 11, 2020) march in Warsaw gathered more than 25000 people and stretched for 4km.

It was an impressive demonstration of belief in the fundamental values of the Rule of Law and a clear sign to all national and European authorities that those values are at the heart of the European Union and that citizens will never cease fighting for their protection.

The solidarity shown by all the international associations of judges and prosecutors present was unprecedented and made of this event a landmark that will be remembered for years to come.

Congratulations to MEDEL's member associations Iustitia and Lex Super Omnia, organizers of the march!

We are all European magistrates!