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Participation of the UIHJ in a CEPEJ Mission on Enforcement of Court Decisions in Jordan

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The UIHJ participated on 16 and 17 December 2014 in Amman and Sahab in a mission on enforcement of court decisions in Jordan in the framework of the European Union and Council of Europe joint Project “Support to the Jordanian Authorities in Improving the Quality and Efficiency of the Jordanian Justice System”

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In front of the First Instance Court of Amman. From L. to R.: Mathieu Chardon, Muriel Iseli and John Marston
 
The experts appointed by the European Commission for the efficiency of Justice of the Council of Europe (CEPEJ) were Mathieu Chardon, 1st Secretary of the UIHJ, and John Marston, President of the CEPEJ Working Group on enforcement. The mission was conducted by Muriel Iseli, Council of Europe, Directorate General Human Rights and Rule of Law (DG I), Independence and Efficiency of Justice Division.

The purpose of this mission was to assess the enforcement system in two pilot courts, namely Amman First Instance Court and Sahab Magistrates court and then to provide a report and if appropriate some recommendations for the improvement of enforcement in Jordan.

During the mission, the CEPEJ experts could meet representatives of the ministry of Justice as well as Judge Nasha't Akhras, Member of the Reform Committee on the law on enforcement.

As planned, the delegation of the Council of Europe visited the two Jordanian pilot courts. In Sahab, it was received at the Magistrates' Court by its President, Mr Al Sdaifart, and its Director of the Enforcement Department, Mr Al Muhared. The delegation did also visit the Enforcement Department and met clerks from this department.

In Amman, Mathieu Chardon and John Marston visited the First Instance Court and met its President, Mohamed Al Ghrair. They also met Abdelkader Amar, Director of the Enforcement Department, and Mohamed Khasawenh, General Director of the Court. Then they visited the Enforcement Department as well as the various enforcement sections of the court. Finally, they visited various departments in charge of the service of documents.

The exchanges with the representatives met on location were very open and fruitful. They provided the necessary information for the two experts in the drafting of their report. The report was submitted to the Council of Europe in January 2015. It is now finalised.
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