ОУ-ын шүүгчдийн холбоо Туркын шүүхэд үүсээд буй асуудлын талаар

2016 оны 07 сарын 17 7138 удаа нээгдсэн

The International Association of Judges has issued an official statement condemning the massive disissal of judges currently under way in Turkey.

The International Association of Judges (IAJ) follows with great concern the recent developments in Turkey. Representing 84 national associations of judges of all continents, the International Association of judges and likewise the European Association of Judges (EAJ) composed by 44 associations in Europe, are organizations consistently apolitical, defending only the Independence of Judiciary and the pursuing of Rule of Law. In a modern society, the only path to solve political differences must lie in a democratic way, which is provided by the Constitution and Law. In this sense, a military “coup d’état” is not an acceptable mean to change a legitimate government. IAJ /EAJ strongly and clearly rejects such forceful attempts. In accordance, responsible actors of such a coup should be held responsible through a fair and impartial ruling. In recent hours, international media is informing the public around the world that about 3000 judges have been suspended today, the immediate day after the putsch. There was no single evidence reported that even one of these judges was in any way involved in the “coup d’état”. It is very clear upon universal and agreed common standards that a suspension of a judge, being an important infringement of their constitutionally guaranteed independence, should be only foreseen in case of a concrete suspicion regarding a serious misbehaviour. There are serious and objective doubts if this is the case regarding such a massive number of judges.

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