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23.09.2019

DPM Pažin: Government will initiate stronger response to combating trafficking in human beings

DPM Pažin: Government will initiate stronger response to combating trafficking in human beings

Podgorica, Montenegro (23 September 2019) -- The Government of Montenegro is ready to initiate and coordinate a stronger and more resolute response by state institutions and the entire society to the problem of trafficking in human beings, Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin noted at today’s thematic session of the Rule of Law Council dedicated to combating trafficking in human beings...



23.09.2019.

DPM Pažin: Government will initiate stronger response of state to combating trafficking in human beings

DPM Pažin: Government will initiate stronger response of state to combating trafficking in human beings

Podgorica, Montenegro (23 September 2019) -- The Government of Montenegro is ready to initiate and coordinate a stronger and more resolute response by state institutions and the entire society to the problem of trafficking in human beings, Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin noted at today’s thematic session of the Rule of Law Council dedicated to combating trafficking in human beings...



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18.10.2019.

Justice Minister Pažin approves extradition of Saša Sinđelić to Republic of Croatia

Justice Minister Pažin approves extradition of Saša Sinđelić to Republic of Croatia

Minister of Justice Zoran Pažin issued a decision today authorising the extradition of Saša Sinđelić to the Republic of Croatia for the purpose of executing a prison sentence for serious crimes committed in that country. Minister Pažin made the decision to extradite Sinđelić to the Republic of Croatia in accordance with national laws, respecting the bilateral extradition treaty with the Republic of Croatia and international standards in the field of extradition...

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18.10.2019.

DPM Pažin: Lawful police conduct is foundation of rule of law

DPM Pažin: Lawful police conduct is foundation of rule of law

Montenegrin institutions must use the judgments of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) to continue to advance national human rights mechanisms and vigorously affirm zero tolerance for all cases of misuse of official powers in law enforcement, Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Pažin said today in Budva at the opening of an international conference on the prevention of abuse in the police service, organised by the Council of Europe, with the support of the European Union...

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14.10.2019.

Application of new technologies enhances efficiency of judiciary

Application of new technologies enhances efficiency of judiciary

The use of modern information technologies is of great importance for equal access to justice and the creation of a fair, transparent, efficient and accountable judiciary, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice Zoran Pažin said in his address at the Council of Europe's Conference of Ministers of Justice in Strasbourg...

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07.10.2019.

Government to invest EUR 1.1 million in solving housing issues of employees in criminal enforcement system

Government to invest EUR 1.1 million in solving housing issues of employees in criminal enforcement system

Podgorica, Montenegro (7 October 2019) -- The Government has provided € 1.1 million to resolving housing issues of employees of the Directorate for Execution of Criminal Sanctions over the next five-year period, of which € 300,000 has been provided in 2019, and EUR 200,000 for each year for the next four-year period, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice Justice Zoran Pažin said when signing an agreement on support for resolving housing issues of the Directorate's employees...

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04.10.2019.

Issue of accountability in judiciary is crucial to maintaining independence and building confidence

Issue of accountability in judiciary is crucial to maintaining independence and building confidence

The legal and institutional framework, which guarantees the independence of the judicial branch of government in Montenegro, implies a high degree of responsibility for each judicial office holder individually. Citizens' expectation that prosecutors and judges should firmly protect the legal order of Montenegro is justified, and this is the only way to build trust in the judicial and prosecutorial organisation...

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