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Friday, March 1, 2024
The Supreme Council of the Judicial Power, in conjunction with the Presidency of the Public Prosecutor's Office, the Ministry of Justice, and the Higher Institute of the Judiciary, coordinated a training program on judicial administration from February 26th to 29th, 2024, under the theme "Enhancing Leadership Skills and Broadening Knowledge."

This training session, designed for 200 judicial officials and their deputies, along with the participation of 30 supervisors, was arranged under Article 51 of Organic Law No. 106.13 on the Statute for Judges, as modified and amended by Law No. 14.22. This legislation mandates specialized training in judicial administration for judicial officials, overseen by SCJP and conducted in partnership with the Ministry of Justice and the Public Prosecutor’s Office.

Following the inaugural session led by the SCJP’s President Delegate, the President of the Public Prosecutor's Office, and a representative from the Ministry of Justice, the training program proceeded with workshops focusing on judicial administration and inspection, highlighting the responsibilities of judicial officials regarding the execution of the Council's Strategic Plan, establishing ethical standards within the judicial system, and overseeing regulations and assurances pertaining to judges’ professional status.

The training session also included a workshop on administrative inspection, strategies for engaging paralegals in enhancing efficiency, and overseeing international criminal cooperation mechanisms. Additionally, there was a discussion on results-oriented management, encompassing statistics, control dashboards, and computer tools. Furthermore, another session on engaging in management dialogues with the subordinate directorates of the Ministry of Justice was also held, along with a segment dedicated to human resources management within courts.

This training session also featured tailored workshops for judicial officials and their deputies. These workshops covered topics such as enhancing efficiency across criminal, civil, and specialized justice domains, managing complaints and grievances, and facilitating access to justice. Additionally, there were workshops focused on supervising notification and enforcement processes conducted by responsible judicial officers, controlling trial procedures, monitoring inspection processes in civil cases, and managing judicial timelines while monitoring indicative case processing durations.

Moreover, the specialized workshops dedicated to heads of the Public Prosecution Service and their deputies covered topics on the structural organization of the Presidency of the Public Prosecution’s Office, the general guidelines of criminal policy and their adaptation to local conditions, the administrative functions of the Public Prosecutor, as well as the management of the Public Prosecution Service's records and complaints, the organization of the Public Prosecutor's Office and the relationship between its components. Other workshops also covered the relationship between the Head of the Judiciary and the Judicial Police, the framework and standards for instructions issued by the Public Prosecutor's Office, the scoreboard for the day-to-day management of the Public Prosecutor's Office's interests, and ways of communication between the Head of the Judiciary and his internal and external entourage.

It's worth noting that the objective of this training session is twofold: firstly, to reinforce the leadership role of the head of the judiciary and his deputy, who bears direct responsibility for the functioning of the justice system and the execution of judicial duties. Secondly, it aims to refine the abilities of judicial officials in assigning judicial responsibilities and to enhance both administrative and judicial efficiency. This effort is aimed at solidifying the judiciary's credibility by promoting judicial moral principles and fostering exemplary conduct among all judiciary members.


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