Members of the Kyrgyz Constitutional Chamber visit Turkey to learn best practices

Jun 5, 2015

Chairman of the Constitutional Court of Turkey Zuhtu Arslan and chairman of the Constitutional Chamber at Supreme Court of the Kyrgyz Republic Mukambet Kasymaliev

Judges and staff of the Constitutional Chamber of the Kyrgyz Republic Supreme Court visited Turkey to learn about the work of its Constitutional Court and share their experience. The visit took place during May 31- June 5, 2015.

The Turkish counterparts told about their experience in receiving complaints from individual citizens, organizing and ordering pleadings.

During the meeting with the staff of IT department, the Kyrgyz delegates learned about UYAP information system which connects all public authorities in Turkey involved in a lawsuit or in need of the necessary legal information. The system includes Electronic Document Management System, Database of Decisions, Database Litigating Database NPA, local chat and other functionalities. The system is designed to complement the work of the judiciary.

Delegation of the Constitutional Chamber within the study tour also visited the Academy of Justice of the Republic of Turkey and the State Council of the Republic of Turkey.

The visit was organized within a project to support Constitutional Chamber  financed by the European Union and implemented by the UNDP.

  

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