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5th Anniversary of the Union of Private Enforcement Agents in Moldova

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On 17 and 18 September 2015 the Moldovan Union of Private Enforcement Agents (UNEJ) celebrated in Chisinau the 5th Anniversary of the introduction of the private profession in Moldova. The UIHJ was represented by its President, Françoise Andrieux, and by Jos Uitdehaag, Secretary of its board.

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Supported by representatives of the member states of the UIHJ, and in cooperation with the UIHJ, the EU funded Project Support to the Enforcement, Probation and Rehabilitation Systems in Moldova, UNEJ discussed during two days developments in the field of ethical standards and control in the enforcement agent's profession.

The conference was attended by the deputy head of the EU in Moldova, Vladimir Cebotari, Minister of Justice of Moldova, Alexandru Tanase, President of the Constitutional Court, Victor Micu, President of the Superior Council of Magistrates, Mihai Poalelungi, President of the Supreme Court of Justice, Gheorghe Ciocanu, Rector of the State University of Moldova, Lino Brosius, Project Manager of the EU Project, Support to the Enforcement, Probation and Rehabilitation Systems in Moldova, academics and legal experts as well as enforcement agents from Armenia, Belarus, Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, The Netherlands, Romania, the Russian Federation, Sweden and the United Kingdom.

The hosts, represented by Roman Talmaci, Head of UNEJ, and Oxana Novicov, Secretary General of UNEJ presented an excellent and varied programme. “Five years of activity showed the viability and the success enjoyed by the reform of the enforcement system and have demonstrated the advantages of an improved, efficient enforcement system that is cost saving for the state: the tax payer is no longer financing the enforcement system”, summarized Roman Talmaci on the past years.

At the end of the second day, a General Assembly for the Moldovan enforcement agents was organised. On that occasion, a new Code of Ethics was discussed. According to the speakers, the new code provides the bases for the way the professional activities of judicial officers need to be performed. It will strengthen the legal principles of their activities and behaviour and will regulate the relationship between enforcement agents, creditors, debtors and courts as well as the working relationships between judicial officers themselves. The aim of the Code is to share, build on and improve existing good practices and to raise further the level of their professionalism. The Code is based on international standards and best practices and international recommendations as defined by for example the Council of Europe.

In terms of professional ethics and professional standards, an update was necessary. Society has changed and so did the approach on enforcement. For Roman Talmaci, “With the new Code of Ethics, developed in cooperation with international experts and experiences of colleagues from other countries such update has been achieved”. The UIHJ was very closely involved in the drafting of the new Code of Ethics.

After the conference, the UIHJ also had a meeting with Vladimir Cebotari. President Andrieux, together with Jos Uitdehaag and Roman Talmaci presented the new Global Code on Enforcement to the minister of justice. This presentation was followed by a dynamic discussion on the future of the private agent's profession in Moldova.
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Presentation of the Global Code of Enforcement to Vladimir Cebotari, Minister of Justice of Moldova
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Roman Talmaci, President of the National Union of the Judicial Officers of Moldova
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Vladimir Cebotari, Minister of Justice of Moldova
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Françoise Andrieux, President of the UIHJ
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Jos Uitdehaag, Secretary of the Board of the UIHJ
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