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A member of the Scientific Council of the UIHJ becomes Minister of Justice of Tunisia

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Professor Nadhir Ben Ammou, member of the Scientific Council of the UIHJ, was appointed Minister of Justice of Tunisia on 8 March 2013

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Nadhir Ben Ammou, during the Official Ceremony for the creation of the Scientific Council of the UIHJ, on 20 June 2008

In 2008, under the leadership of its president, Jacques Isnard, the UIHJ created the Institute of International Judicial Private Law and Enforcement Law (which became in 2010 the Institute Jacques Isnard). This institute was established to promote legal research, the development of private international law, vocational training, study and publication of the work, research and legal communications, and finally the creation of a "global library".

The goal is to promote the development of judicial or procedural law, the recognition of an independent right of enforcement and the establishment of an enforcement professional with a harmonized status based on the model of the liberal and independent judicial officer (private model).

To achieve such a goal, the Institute Jacques Isnard has a functional structure including a Scientific Council.

The Scientific Council is composed of university professors, senior judges, lawyers, experts in international law, all with experience in dealing with enforcement professionals. Its composition is designed to represent the geographical expression of the UIHJ:
- Nadhir Ben Ammou (Tunisia)
- Robert Emerson (USA)
- Frédérique Ferrand (France)
- Natalie Fricero (France)
- Burkhard Hess (Germany)
- Anton Jongbloed (the Netherlands)
- Aida Kemelmajer de Carlucci (Argentina)
- Ioan Les (Romania)
- Jacqueline Lohoues Oble (Côte d'Ivoire)
- Paula Meira Lourenco (Portugal)
- Piemonrat Vattanahattai (Thailand)
- Vladimir Yarkov (Russian Federation).

Its mission is to guide research, to provide an analysis of the development of law in the context of globalization, to join the work of the UIHJ, particularly at conferences, and to contribute to the publication of articles or legal studies published under the auspices of the UIHJ.

It is in particular in charge of the creation of a global code of enforcement whose initial work were presented at the International Congress of Judicial Officers in Cape Town (South Africa) in May 2012 (See the article on our Website).

The Scientific Council of the UIHJ already included among its members a former Minister of Justice (Côte d'Ivoire) in the person of Jacqueline Lohoues Oble, from 1990 to 1993.

It is now the turn of Professor Ben Ammou, lawyer and professor at the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences of Tunis, who also holds a doctorate in private law and criminal sciences (1996), to access this high state function.

The relations between the UIHJ and Professor Ben Ammou are part of the history of the UIHJ. In 2003, the professor was actively involved in the work of the 18th International Congress of the UIHJ in Tunis (See UIHJ Magazine n°16 on our website, from p. 59).

In 2007, at the time of the 50th anniversary of the National Order of Judicial Officers of Tunisia, the UIHJ had expressed its support for this ceremony. An international symposium was organized on this occasion. Everyone remembers the brilliant summary report presented by Professor Ben Ammou at the end of the work (see the article on our website).

His great legal skills and human qualities, particularly appreciated and recognized within the UIHJ, will be an unrivalled asset to allow Nadhir Ben Ammou to carry out his delicate mission within the government of Ali Laârayedh.

The UIHJ welcomes this appointment and sends its warmest congratulations to Professor Ben Ammou.

 
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Nadhir Ben Ammou, during the Official Ceremony for the creation of the Scientific Council of the UIHJ, on 20 June 2008
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Nadhir Ben Ammou, during his summary report of the International seminar in Hammamet (Tunisia), on 21 June 2007
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Members of the Scientific Council of the UIHJ, 20 June 2008. From L. to R. Nadhir Ben Ammou, Frédérique Ferrand, Burkhard Hess, Anton Jongbloed, Paula Meira Lourenco, Robert Emerson, Ioan Les, Aida Kemelmajer de Carlucci, Vladimir Yarkov, Pimonrat Vattanahattai
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Establishment of Natalie Fricero (left) and Jacqueline Lohoues Oble (right) at the Scientific Council of judicial officers of the UIHJ during the 20th International Congress of Judicial Officers in Marseille (France) on 10 September 2009
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