On the 19th of June, the members of the CrimEx group from eight South Partners Countries (Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Israel, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, and Tunisia) had a one-day interactive session at the Court of Justice of the European Union, in Luxembourg.

The purpose of the session was to identify the possible training topics related to the enforcement of EU law and the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights, as well as to understand the complexity and the effects of the EU proceedings and judicial decisions throughout the EU. 

On this occasion, the CrimEx members attended a hearing of the Court of Justice’s Grand Chamber and had the special opportunity to discuss face to face with the Head of Chambers, the French Advocate General, a registrar and a legal secretary (référendaire). 

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