The Council of Europe has allocated 700 thousand Euros for FYROM for the training of judges and prosecutors. Their training will last 18 months and it aims at improving the level of professionalism and protection of human rights.
Daniel Smith from the Council of Europe said that the scope of the training is to implement European standards as efficiently as possible in protecting human rights when individual plaints are filed.
Through this project, the Council of Europe aims at helping authorities to address the identified problems and the practical weaknesses relating to the training of judges, prosecutors and other legal officials and help judges of the Constitutional Court in particular domains which relate to the European Convention of Human Rights. /balkaneu.com/