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Azerbaijan Need to Facilitate Execution of Court Decisions – Deputy General Prosecutor of Ankara (video)

Politics Materials 2 February 2008 11:03

Azerbaijan, Baku, 1 February / Trend corr. К.Zarbaliyeva / The reforms have been taken in the court-law system of Azerbaijan since 1990s and the system meet international standards, Nuri Igid, the Deputy General Prosecutor of Ankara, stated being on his visit to Azerbaijan within the framework of the agreement between the Turkish Justice Ministry and Court-law Council of Azerbaijan.

Igid delivered a lecture to judges on the Legal system of Turkey, Issues concerning ethnic behavior of judges and Role of judges in take of decisions topics.

Igid stated that there are differences in the election of judge system in Azerbaijan and Turkey. "Totally the system is similar but still there are differences in the method and managing spheres. The judges have been elected by the Election Committee of judges in Azerbaijan. But the Supreme Structure of judges and prosecutors appoint new judges in Turkey," Igid stated.

Igid believes that the judging structure of Azerbaijan will be formed from professional and skilled judges in the near future. "I think there is not problem in the sphere in Azerbaijan," he noted.

According to Igid, the administrative decisions are taken by administrative judges in Turkey. "If Azerbaijan will feel a need in Administrative Court, we are prepared to render assistant to the country. Turkey has experience in this sphere," he stated.

There are not serious problems in Turkey with judiciary system. "I do not think that Azerbaijan has such a problem," Deputy General Prosecutor said.

Igid stated that despite Azerbaijan there is not prosecutor of the country in Turkey. Prosecutor does not govern from one Centre. Every city and region has its Prosecutor in Turkey.

Another difference is that the Prosecution Office and Court sit in different buildings in Azerbaijan. But in Turkey the Prosecution Office and Court is located in the same building.

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