The drafting of the concept document for civil servants of the administrative staff of courts and prosecutor’s offices has entered an important stage. Representatives of relevant judicial system institutions assisted by experts from the EU-funded project on justice reform, EUKOJUST, provided a valuable contribution in advancing the work on the concept document, during a two-day workshop held in Peja.
Following an introductory session by the chair of the working group, Ruzhdi Osmani, and deputy chairs, Shkëlzen Maliqi, and Valdrin Krasniqi, the participants engaged into a substantial debate on the concept document, including the Definition of the problem – discussion of analysis and data collected by the working group; Discussion of the existing legal framework – including relevant policy papers, laws and sub-legal acts; Discussion and drafting of the part on causes and effects of the identified problems and inclusion of stakeholders; and Finalisation of the table with the existing legal and policy framework – institutions and their responsibilities over policy issues were analysed.
Under this activity EUKOJUST Project aims to help local institutions improve the managerial capabilities of the judiciary, including the administration of the Kosovo Prosecutorial Council and the Kosovo Judicial Council, Courts and Prosecution offices. Thus, this activity does not only cover the judges and prosecutors, but equally the staff providing administrative or otherwise support in the process of delivering justice.