Bratislava Appeal

The judges, law experts and representatives of non-governmental organizations participating in the international conference Judiciary Reforms – Past and the Future, are aware of the fact that the level of public trust to judiciary in the V4 countries, including other countries in transition, is not satisfactory. In spite of developments and different existing legal frameworks regulating the judiciary, we share many specific problems.

The ethical code of judical conduct

THE ETHICAL CODE OF JUDICIAL CONDUCT


Mindful of the significance of the code of judicial ethical conduct for

• An increased public trust in judiciary,
• The protection of human rights and the enhancement of the idea of legal state,
• The prevention and control of corruption in the judiciary,

In performance of their duties and their avocational activities, judges have committed to the rules set out in the Ethical Code of Judicial Conduct.

HMA Roberts speaks on Global Anti-Corruption Day

British Embassy Bratislava: Ambassador speaks about corruption at Transparency International's conference on the Global Anti-Corruption Day.

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Published at ukinslovakia.fco.gov.uk 10 December 2010

Letter to Mr. HARABIN from lord Thomas

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Disciplinary procedure against JUDr. Ing. Miroslav Gavalec

President of the Supreme Court of the Slovak Republic

Supreme Court of the Slovak Republic
as the disciplinary court
Zupne nam. 13
Bratislava

06.08.2010

To file: 1Ds 1/2010
Re: Disciplinary procedure against JUDr. Ing. Miroslav Gavalec

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