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Twinning convention between Quebec and France during the UIHJ Permanent Council

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During the last permanent council of the UIHJ in 24 November 2006 in Paris, took place the official ceremony on the twinning convention between the Chamber of the judicial officers of Quebec and the Regional Chamber of the judicial officers near the Court of Appeal of Poitiers (France).

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An awaited twinning

Our fellow-member André Mathieu, known from all of us, is at the origin of the initiative.  Formerly, he occasionally discussed it with president Isnard along with some french colleagues in between several trips that he had done in France. The idea still remade surface particularly when former fellow-member Pierre-Yves Moutout now acting currently with the Éditions Juridiques et Techniques came in a recent business trip in Quebec and discussed the subject with him by preparing and suggesting a project for this specific purpose.
This so called project was first summitted initially to its professional Order for discussion between the members of the board of directors of the Quebec Order.  In the meantime, it is during and in-between  the two last years inside the plenary board of officers within the UIHJ meeting in Paris, that our colleague Mathieu made its approach with his counterpart colleague of the Union, president Bernard Menut. Therefore, Mr Menut, presented it at the Regional office meeting in Poitiers to know from the charentaise brotherhood Chamber, its feasibility.   It is also important to known that the ancestor of our colleague André Mathieu known has Jean Mathieu is also originating from the Charentes having came in New France (Quebec) in 1659 to help Canada to be peopled. We now understand particularly the main reason why our fellow-member of Quebec André Mathieu emotionnally preserved and desserved for the Charentes and from where originated thousand of families and inhabitants from this part of France.
Subsequently, the members of the board of the Quebec Chamber accepted the principle of the idea few days before the last International congress which was held last year in Washington. It is during this congress that the talks continued between them and the participation at that time with the colleagues Dubé and Aidans, and, on the other hand, with Mr Menut representing the Regional Chamber of Poitiers. In Washington, was then put forward the main last stakes allowing the signature of this historical convention thus sealed and signed in Paris.

The Convention

At the time of this signature, Guy Bricard, president of the Regional Chamber of Judicial Officers of near the Court of Appeal of Poitiers, particularly specified what the preamble of this convention mentionned in particular. Indeed, he pointed out the historical and indefectibles links established between France and Quebec happened since the discovery of Jacques Cartier and the first establishment in Quebec by Samuel de Champlaim which are not only an historical truth but also because they always were, within the UIHJ, also clearly specifies in the document: ...«That those several visits and meetings were constant and repeated, then, always"woven tight"  and followed by its representatives gathered within the international Union.. ». All that, since more than one half-century!  -

Why a Convention?

Finally, this protocol will provide, on both sides, to consolidate, reinforce and concretize the confraternels reports/ratios and to enrich their assets by exchanges especially on a professional and cultural levels. It is, in particular, envisaged to promote the education level by settling some training courses open not only for the practicing judicial officers but also to the trainees and even perhaps open to the personal of some firms, on both sides;
to also support any exchange of documents and legal works in several professional matters;
to organize some conferences, seminars, colloquiums and studies on compared rights, in particular, even with the participation of the UIHJ.
Finally, a mixed cell on this convention will be established as of the next year and designed to formulate suggestions in order to improve the substance of it and will be intended to ensure the execution of the latter.
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Guy Bricard, president of the Regional Chamber of the judicial officers of the court of appeal of Poitiers (France) and Guy Aidans, president of the Chamber of judicial officers of Quebec
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Around Guy Bricard et Guy Aidans: Paul Rochard, André Mathieu, Gilles Boisvert, Jacques Isnard and Ronald Dubé
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