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Déclaration de Paris, approuvée par le Conseil d'Administration de Medel à Paris, le 22 Octobre 2016

MEDELLes représentants des organisations membres de Medel,

Se référant :

  • à la Déclaration universelle des droits de l'homme, adoptée à Paris le 10 décembre 1948 ;
  • à la Convention du 28 juillet 1951, relative au statut des réfugiés, que tous les Pays européens ont signé et ratifié ;
  • à la Convention européenne pour la sauvegarde des droits de l’Homme et des libertés fondamentales et à ses Protocoles ;
  • à la Charte des droits des droits fondamentaux de l’Union européenne ;
  • à la jurisprudence de la Cour européenne des droits de l’homme e de la Cour de justice de l’Union européenne, qui ont tracé un cadre précis des obligations des Etats vis-à-vis des réfugiés et des demandeurs d’asile, notamment quand il s’agit des mineurs non accompagnés

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Déclaration de Paris, approuvée par le Conseil d'Administration de Medel à Paris, le 22 Octobre 2016

MEDELLes représentants des organisations membres de Medel,

Se référant :

  • à la Déclaration universelle des droits de l'homme, adoptée à Paris le 10 décembre 1948 ;
  • à la Convention du 28 juillet 1951, relative au statut des réfugiés, que tous les Pays européens ont signé et ratifié ;
  • à la Convention européenne pour la sauvegarde des droits de l’Homme et des libertés fondamentales et à ses Protocoles ;
  • à la Charte des droits des droits fondamentaux de l’Union européenne ;
  • à la jurisprudence de la Cour européenne des droits de l’homme e de la Cour de justice de l’Union européenne, qui ont tracé un cadre précis des obligations des Etats vis-à-vis des réfugiés et des demandeurs d’asile, notamment quand il s’agit des mineurs non accompagnés

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Statement of the Platform for in Independent Judiciary in Turkey

Association of European Administrative Judges (AEAJ) European Association of Judges (EAJ), Judges for Judges, Magistrats Européens pour la Démocratie et les Libertés (MEDEL)The Platform for an Independent Judiciary in Turkey, which is composed of the four European judges associations: Association of European Administrative Judges (AEAJ), European Association of Judges (EAJ), Judges for Judges, Magistrats Européens pour la Démocratie et les Libertés(MEDEL).

CONSIDERING that Turkey had suffered a terrible attack against its democratic institutions on 15.7.2016 which killed almost three hundreds of its people and left much more seriously wounded, an event which has to be strongly condemned

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Statement of the Platform for in Independent Judiciary in Turkey

Association of European Administrative Judges (AEAJ) European Association of Judges (EAJ), Judges for Judges, Magistrats Européens pour la Démocratie et les Libertés (MEDEL)The Platform for an Independent Judiciary in Turkey, which is composed of the four European judges associations: Association of European Administrative Judges (AEAJ), European Association of Judges (EAJ), Judges for Judges, Magistrats Européens pour la Démocratie et les Libertés(MEDEL).

CONSIDERING that Turkey had suffered a terrible attack against its democratic institutions on 15.7.2016 which killed almost three hundreds of its people and left much more seriously wounded, an event which has to be strongly condemned

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Press statement on the position of the HSYK in the ENCJ

ENCJThe ENCJ reiterates its unreserved condemnation of the recent attempted coup in Turkey. The loss of life incurred in this attack on a democratically elected government is inexcusable. Those responsible should be made accountable through an open, fair and impartial judicial process conforming with international standards.

The ENCJ has expressed its concern, both before and after the attempted coup, that the approach of the High Council for Judges and Prosecutors to the transfer, suspension, removal and prosecution of judges has not been consistent with the principles of judicial independence. The ENCJ has received persuasive information that these procedures have taken place without respecting the principles referred to above.

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Press statement on the position of the HSYK in the ENCJ

ENCJThe ENCJ reiterates its unreserved condemnation of the recent attempted coup in Turkey. The loss of life incurred in this attack on a democratically elected government is inexcusable. Those responsible should be made accountable through an open, fair and impartial judicial process conforming with international standards.

The ENCJ has expressed its concern, both before and after the attempted coup, that the approach of the High Council for Judges and Prosecutors to the transfer, suspension, removal and prosecution of judges has not been consistent with the principles of judicial independence. The ENCJ has received persuasive information that these procedures have taken place without respecting the principles referred to above.

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