Azerbaijan, Baku, 31 January / Тrend corr. K. Zarbalyeva / The Deputy Prosecutor General of Ankara delivered a lection on Turkish juridical system to the Azerbaijani candidates for judge positions.
According to the agreement between the Azerbaijani Juridical Council and the adequate bodies in Turkey, Turkish specialists will train the Azerbaijani candidates for judge positions.
The Deputy Prosecutor General of Ankara Nuri Igid visited Azerbaijan within the framework of that agreement.
Nuri Igi, who is also an instructor in the Turkish Justice Academy, spoke to the candidates about judicial ethics and their role in implementation of judicial verdicts.
In his interview to Trend on 31 January Igid said that the workshop turned to be fruitful and he was satisfied with the level of the candidates.
Igid said he had been informed of the reforms carried out in the judicial system of the country in recent years and stressed that as a result of those reforms, special measures were taken to bring the Azerbaijani judicial system close to international standards.
Within the framework of the visit, Igid held meetings in the Judicial Council, the Judge Election Committee, the Justice Ministry, and the Prosecutor General's Office.
The candidates for judge positions were selected through testing and written exam.
A total of 102 candidates, who passed the exam, were involved into half-a-year educating courses to receive necessary knowledge and skills.