57 Points for Bulgarian Judicial Reform

The Bulgarian Ministry of Justice has announced a new action plan of 57 points aiming at a thorough reform of the Bulgarian judiciary system.

This is really good news. But it would be much, much better if the public were allowed to see that document, and if it was discussed with relevant stakeholders and NGOs before being sent to Brussels.

We do need transparency of policy making and policy implementation in order to produce sustainable results in this surmounting task – reforming the Bulgarian judiciary.

One response to “57 Points for Bulgarian Judicial Reform

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