International Association of Judges (IAJ) has published its 2017 Newsletter. At the first page, Secretary General of IAJ Giocomo Oberto wrote up main events of 2017 by mentioning arrested president of YARSAV Murat Arslan and actions about Turkish Judiciary...
Gold or stone? “The exhaustion rule may be described as one that is golden rather than cast in stone.” § 64 of the ECHR Practical guide on admissibility criteria. Here’s a moment I won’t forget any time soon: on 16 July...
January 4, 2018 Open letter Mr. President of the Republic, You will receive tomorrow Recep Tayyip Erdogan, President of Turkey. We have already had the opportunity to alert you to the serious abuses that have hit this country since the failed coup d'etat...
Jan Walters, a solicitor and member of Amnesty Kirklees writes a letter of solidarity to an imprisoned judge in Turkey, Neslihan Ekinci who has been kept in solitary confinement. Since coup attempt, there have been many judges, civilians like Neslihan...
 After prosecutor SeyfettinYigit who allegedly committed suicide and died in prison, another Turkish Judge passed away after being purged. We mourn for our colleague Mehmet Tosun (29) who passed away on March 6th 2017. Like many other judges, he was...
Portuguese Judge Claudia Pina made a presentation about the situation of Turkish Judges in Portuguese Association’s Congress. http://www.iaj-uim.org/iuw/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Turkey-A-Judiciary-under-Siege-Sola-lettura.pdf 1- JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE and THE RULE OF LAW The Turkish Case 2- JUSTICE IS THE PILLAR OF THE STATE ADALET MÜLKÜN TEMELİDİR Mustafa Kemal Atatürk 3- "This sentence...

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