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Participation of the UIHJ at the e-Justice Working Party of the Council of the European Union on 5 October 2011 in Brussels

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At the invitation of the Council of the European Union, the UIHJ attended on 5 October 2011 a meeting of the e-Justice Working Party at the Consilium headquarters to present its project of a directory of the judicial officers of the European Union

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On 21 September 2010, the UIHJ, represented by its president, Leo Netten, and its first secretary, Mathieu Chardon, with Alain Bobant, president of the National Federation of trusted third parties (FNTC), in charge of the e -Justice Department of the UIHJ, attended a meeting organized by the Legal Data Processing Group of the Council of the EU. This meeting was intended to lay the groundwork for collaboration between the UIHJ and the Council. On this occasion, Fernando Rui Paulino Pereira, Chairman of the e-Justice Group, asked the UIHJ to provide a directory of judicial officers of the twenty-seven member countries of the European Union for the website of the e-Justice portal (see the article on our site). The creation of a worldwide directory of judicial officers is a mission that the UIHJ has set for many years, for obvious reasons. Quite appropriately, it turns out that the National Chamber of judicial officers of France began in 2010 its great European Judicial Enforcement (EJE) project financed up to 80% by European funds. Among the subject of this project is the implementation of a directory of enforcement professionals concerning the nine member countries of the project, all members of the UIHJ: Belgium, Germany, France, Hungary, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland, and Scotland. The board of the UIHJ then naturally entrusted EJE with the task of extending this directory for the other countries of the European Union. This was immediately accepted by the French Chamber, EJE pilot project, which started work immediately.
 
So President Netten, accompanied by Geraldine Cavaillé, EJE project coordinator, visited the headquarters of the Council of the European Union to give an account of the progress of the electronic directory of European judicial officers that must be integrated into the e-Justice portal of the European Union.
 
The meeting was attended by representatives of the Council of the European Union, including Fernando Rui Paulino Pereira, and representatives of each of the twenty-seven member states of the EU. Mr Paulino Pereira thanked the UIHJ for responding to his invitation and inquired about the status of the electronic directory. Leo Netten said the work progressed. The president of the UIHJ asked Mrs Cavaillé to give the technical details, which she did with great professionalism, while emphasizing the distinctiveness of the exercise, given the diversity of the status of enforcement professionals within the European judicial area. Mr Paulino Pereira assured the UIHJ of the full support of the Council of the European Union. The chairman of the e-Justice Group said the UIHJ could get in touch with him directly to ensure effective cooperation of all countries in achieving this great project.
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