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The end of the Civil Service Tribunal

Article Date: 28-11-2016
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The Civil Service Tribunal was dissolved on 1 September 2016. It was composed of seven Judges appointed by the Council for a renewable period of six years. It sat in Chambers of three Judges or, whenever the difficulty or importance of the questions of law warranted it, as a full court. It had juris... [Read All]

European judicial training 2015 report

Article Date: 07-03-2016
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At the end of 2015, the European Commission published the European judicial training 2015 report, an assessment of the progress made toward reaching the 2020 judicial training targets the European Commission has set in its Building trust in EU-wide justice, a new dimension to European judicial train... [Read All]

Towards 28 more judges at the General Court and no more Civil Service Tribunal?

Article Date: 27-07-2015
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The General Court of the European Union is overloaded. The number of new cases reached an unprecedented level of 912 cases in 2014, from 398 in 2000. Therefore, the number of cases pending before the General Court (1423 cases) rose by nearly 100 compared with 2013 (for the full statistics, see the 2... [Read All]

European Commission - Hungary

European Court of Justice, case C-286/12

Article Date: 06-11-2012
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By adopting a national scheme requiring compulsory retirement of judges, prosecutors and notaries when they reach the age of 62 – which gives rise to a difference in treatment on grounds of age which is not proportionate as regards the objectives pursued – Hungary has failed to fulfil it... [Read All]
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