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First contacts from UIHJ with Libya

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A first during an international colloquium organised in Tunisia: the participation of a Lybian delegation.

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Jacques Isnard & Mehdi Ahmed Annafis, Chief judicial officer to the court of south Tripoli
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It is never too late to do the right thing

We were able to confirm the aptness of this opinion during the international colloquium on “Debt Collection, Judicial Officers and the Company” held in Tunis on 29 April 2005 by the National Order of Judicial Officers of Tunisia in cooperation with the International Union of Judicial Officers and the French National School of Judicial Officers (ENP).

That is because a Libyan delegation participated in this event.
This is a first that we are proud of for several reasons.

First and foremost, because without exhaustive and precise information on the status of the profession in Libya we cannot know what is the right approach to adopt with our Libyan colleagues.

In addition, the taking of the first step to enter into contact with the management of the UIHJ, with the support of our Tunisian colleagues, proceeding with fruitful exchanges that augur well for future deeper and broader relationships, proves that the profession of judicial officer in Libya, (which not so long ago was under the yoke of the State), is moving, changing and developing in a desirable way.

We were able to see our Libyan colleagues in Tunisia during the international colloquium choosing in favour of the vision that the UIHJ holds for our profession.

Certainly, the profession in Libya is encountering its first jolts. Certainly, this is only the beginning. But everything says that the profession is on the right track since the public authorities have understood the absolute necessity to liberalise all socio-economic areas.

We took advantage of this opportunity to better focus on the situation in Libya and trace the future direction of our colleagues.
Here are the remarks made by the chief judicial officer to the court of south Tripoli, Mehdi Ahmed Annafis.
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