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12.11.2019.

DPM Pažin: New laws to fight cross-border crime effectively. Protect human dignity of persons who are wholly or partially deprived of their legal capacity

DPM Pažin: New laws to fight cross-border crime effectively. Protect human dignity of persons who are wholly or partially deprived of their legal capacity Amendments to the Law on International Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters bring significant innovations to strengthen the mechanisms for combating transnational crime, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice Zoran Pažin said today at the Assembly...

05.11.2019.

Software for modernisation of prison system in Montenegro provided

Software for modernisation of prison system in Montenegro provided

Deputy Prime Minister for Political System interior and Foreign Policy and Minister of Justice Zoran Pažin and Minister of Justice of the Republic of Serbia Nela Kuburović signed earlier today in Belgrade the Protocol on granting an information technology (IT) solution for the needs of the Directorate for Execution of Criminal Sanctions of Montenegro...

05.11.2019.

DPM Pažin in Belgrade insists for Svetozar Marović to be extradited to Montenegro

DPM Pažin in Belgrade insists for Svetozar Marović to be extradited to Montenegro

Deputy Prime Minister for Political System, Interior and Foreign Policy Zoran Pažin insisted earlier today during the bilateral meeting with Minister of Justice of the Republic of Serbia Nela Kuburović in Belgrade, for Svetozar Marović to be extradited to Montenegro in order to serve a prison sentence on which he was legally convicted...

24.07.2018.

Conditions are created for Ministry of Justice to request extradition of Milošević, Pavićević, Vujačić and Mašanović

Conditions are created for Ministry of Justice to request extradition of Milošević, Pavićević, Vujačić and Mašanović

The Ministry of Justice received an official notice that, on the basis of successful international cooperation between the Montenegrin and Kosovo police, acting on the Interpol warrant issued by Montenegro, Milošević Mario, Pavićević Đorđije, Vujačić Vukan and Mašanović Igor were deprived of liberty in the Republic of Kosovo. This created conditions for the Ministry of Justice to request from the competent authorities of the Republic of Kosovo extradition of those persons to Montenegro...

22.06.2018.

Venice Commission supports Government's efforts to prevent blockade of Judicial Council

Venice Commission supports Government

"The Venice Commission, as the highest European authority in the field of constitutional law, supported the legal solution proposed by the Government of Montenegro in order to prevent the blockade of the Judicial Council as a key guarantor of the independence of the judiciary," Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice Zoran Pažin said following the session of the Venice Commission. "I am pleased that the Venice Commission in its opinion reminds that the high degree of rights and competences that belong to the opposition within our constitutional and parliamentary system also imply a clear responsibility not to abuse these rights," the Deputy Prime Minister said...

11.06.2018.

DPM Pažin: Montenegro joins EC Justice Programme in fall

DPM Pažin: Montenegro joins EC Justice Programme in fall

The Agreement on cooperation between Montenegro and EUROJUST represents the highest level of trust between Montenegro and EU Member States in the field of cooperation in the fight against serious forms of cross-border crime, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice Zoran Pažin said at the conference "Eurojust and cooperation with third countries - experiences and challenges in the countries of the Western Balkans ", which is being held today in Podgorica, a year after the Agreement entered into force. The Deputy Prime Minister pointed out that the quality of Montenegro's cooperation with EUROJUST is best illustrated by the fact that Montenegro has promptly appointed Liaison Prosecutor to Eurojust and that during 2017 the Montenegrin state authorities were involved in four cases of judicial cooperation through EUROJUST, which were dominantly related to the crimes of fraud, terrorism and money laundering...

31.05.2018.

Government proposes members of Judicial Council to continue to exercise their duty until appointment of new members

Government proposes members of Judicial Council to continue to exercise their duty until appointment of new members

Podgorica, Montenegro (31 May 2018) -- At today's session, the Montenegrin Cabinet passed the Draft Law Amending the Law on Judicial Council and Judges. "Exercising its authority in a responsible manner, the Government passed the amendments to this law in the manner that the president and members will continue to perform their duties until the new composition of the Judicial Council is proclaimed," Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice Zoran Pažin told a press conference following the Cabinet meeting. He recalled that "due to the changing mood of the opposition to take part in political life," at this point in the Parliament there is no required majority for the election of members of the Judicial Council from among the distinguished legal professionals...

19.04.2018.

Pažin, Kuburović: Close judicial cooperation is key in fight against organized crime

Pažin, Kuburović: Close judicial cooperation is key in fight against organized crime

Close judicial cooperation between the countries of the region, with adequate regional police cooperation, is the key to success in the fight against organized crime, it was estimated at the meeting of Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice Zoran Pažinwith Minister of Justice of the Republic of Serbia Nela Kuburović. DPM Pažin and Minister Kuburović talked today in Podgorica about the possibilities for enhancing cooperation in the process of accession to the European Union, strengthening the capacities of the judiciary and jointly combating the most serious forms of crime...

07.03.2018.

Civil Code of Montenegro to provide greater protection of citizens' rights and improve economic environment

Civil Code of Montenegro to provide greater protection of citizens

Podgorica, Montenegro (7 March 2018) -- Unification of rules and norms regulating contractual, family, inheritance and other civil rights within the Civil Code will provide greater legal security for the Montenegrin citizens and a more reliable legal environment for economic advancement of the society, today's conference dedicated to the codification of the Montenegrin civil law stressed. On the eve of marking 130 years since the adoption of the first Montenegrin Civil Code, the General Property Code for the Principality of Montenegro by Valtazar Bogišić, the Government of Montenegro has set up a team composed of prominent legal experts who, with the support of the London-based AIRE Centre and the UK Embassy in Podgorica, are engaged in the drafting of the Civil Code of Montenegro, as a comprehensive set of legal norms and principles of social life, which undoubtedly represents the most demanding legal work since restoring independence...

05.02.2018.

DPM Pažin hosts representatives of ZIKS trade union

DPM Pažin hosts representatives of ZIKS trade union

The Ministry of Justice is ready to work intensively, alongside the trade union of the Institution for Execution of Criminal Sanctions (ZIKS), on improving the working conditions and solving the status issues of the employees in this Institution, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Justice Zoran Pažin said at the meeting with representatives of the ZIKS trade union. The Ministry of Justice and the trade union of ZIKS are on the same task to strengthen the institutional and human resources of the Institution and to improve the position of employees. I have a lot of understanding for demands you make and I will promote their fulfillment to the fullest extent possible by the legal solutions and the available financial resources, DPM Pažin said...

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