23AT - AB BAKANLIĞI

23AT

  

Analytical examination of the acquis

CHAPTER 23 - JUDICIARY AND FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS

Turkey

Country session

12-13.10.2006

 

Topic

Time

TR Speaker

EC Expert

First day, 12 October 2006

Opening and welcome statement

9.00- 9.05

C Danielsson, DG ELARG 

Opening statement 

9.05 – 9.10

Head of the Turkish delegation

Pause

9.10-9.15

1. Judiciary

9.15-12.00 

 1.1. Independence

(legal and administrative conditions of employment, including appointments, promotion, transfers, dismissal…) 

9.15-9.45

  

 LEGAL SERVICE

F. HOFFMEISTER 

1.2.   Impartiality

 (including code of ethics/code of conduct, anti-corruption policy and accountability of judges) 

 

DG JLS

S.ZWAENEPOEL 

Questions and Answers 

9.45-10.05

1.3. Professionalism/competence

(including in and pre-service training,)

1.4.  Efficiency

(including sufficiency of resources, enforcement of judgments)

10.05-10.35

DG JLS

S.ZWAENEPOEL 

DG JLS

A. GAVRILIADIS 

Questions and Answers 

10.35-10.55

Coffee break

10.55-11.10

1.5.   Judicial Reform

(including reform strategies/ action plans) 

11.10–11.40 

 

LEGAL SERVICE

F. HOFFMEISTER   

Questions and Answers

11.40-12.00

 2. Anti-Corruption policy

 2.1 EU Instruments

 2.2 International instruments

 2.3 The links between corruption and other areas:

  • good governance

  • economic development

  • fighting organised crime 

 12.00-12.30

 

 DG JLS

E. FELFOLDI

Questions and answers 

12.30–13.00

Lunch  

13.00–14.30

3. Fundamental Rights  

  3.1.General Introduction 

 3.2. Basic human rights

  • Dignity

  • Right to life and to the integrity of the person

  • Prohibition of torture and inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.

  • Prohibition of slavery, servitude, and forced or compulsory labour.

  • Respect of private and family life and communications.

14.30- 14.45

14.45-15.15

 

 DG JLS

E. CRABBIT

DG JLS

A. GAVRILIADIS

Questions and Answers

15.15-15.45

Coffee break

15.45-16.00

3.2. Basic human rights (Continued)

  • Protection of personal data (See hereafter 3.6. and chapter 24 for provisions related to police co-operation).

  • Right to marry and right to found a family.

  • Freedom of thought, conscience and religion

  • Freedom of expression including freedom and pluralism of the media.

  • Freedom of assembly and association, including freedom to form political parties, the right to establish trade unions. (as concerns trade unions, see chapter 19) 

16.00-16.30

DG JLS

A. GAVRILIADIS 

Questions and Answers

16.30-17.00

3.2. Basic human rights (Continued)

17.00-17.30

DG JLS

A. GAVRILIADIS

DG JLS

P. TROUSSON

Questions and answers

17.30- 18.00

 End of day one

 

 

 

Second day, 13 October 2006

3. Fundamental Rights (continued)

 3.3.Procedural safeguards

 Liberty and security

 Right to a fair trial (including presumption of innocence, right of defence, right of appeal and legal aid)

9.00 - 10.00

 

  DG JLS

H. VESAAJA

 DG JLS

A. GAVRILIADIS

 J. CARRIAT 

Questions and answers

10.00-10.30

Coffee break

10.30-10.45

3.4. Minority rights and cultural rights

 Minority Rights

 Measures against racism and xenophobia

 3.5.  The future EU Fundamental Rights Agency 

10.45-11.45

 

 LS – F.HOFFMEISTER 

 DG JLS

J. ALEGRE SEOANE

 J. ALEGRE SEOANE 

Questions and answers

11.45-13.00

Lunch

13.00-14.30

3.6. Protection of personal data

14.30–15.15

 

DG JLS

T. ZERDICK

Questions and answers

15.15–15.30

Coffee break

15.30–15.45

4. EU Citizen’s rights

4.1  Right to vote and stand as a candidate in elections to the European Parliament

4.2 Right to vote and stand as a candidate in municipal elections

4.3  Right to move and reside freely within the European Union

4. 4.   Diplomatic and   consular protection

15.45–16.45

 DG JLS

M. MEDUNA

Questions and Answers

16.45-17.00

Conclusions

17.00 -17.15

End of the second day and of the meeting 18.00

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