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The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Moldova has received a visit of the delegation from the Constitutional Tribunal of Poland
In the period of 21st to 24th November 2012, the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Moldova received a visit of the delegation from the Constitutional Tribunal of Poland. The delegation was led by President Andrzej Rzeplinski accompanied by Judges Mirosław Garnet and Wojciech Hermeliński and the Director of President's Cabinet, Adam Jankiewicz.
The programme of the visit included a series of high-level meetings and participation in events aimed at strengthening Moldovan-Polish relations. Thus, in the first day of the visit, the delegation met with Prime Minister Vlad Filat, Prime Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Vlad Plahotniuc, President of the Supreme Court of Justice, Mihai Poalelungi, Secretary General of the Apparatus of the President, Ion Păduraru and with the President of Judges' Association, Ion Druţă. The delegation also visited the Library of Polish Literature and Culture "Adam Mickiewicz", located on Lech Kaczynski Street in Chişinău.
Experiences of both countries were discussed during the visit as regards exercise of constitutional jurisdiction, especially, procedures for examining complaints, as well as various timely topics pending in a court of constitutional jurisdiction.
The high-level meetings tackled the actions taken by the Republic of Moldova in achieving the objectives of European Integration in the legal, political and economic areas, in particular, as well as Poland's experience on its path towards European Integration.
However, at the high-level meetings an overview of bilateral relations was made, high appreciation being given to the quality and consistency of political dialogue between the Republic of Moldova and Poland, including the full support granted by Poland to our country in the European Integration process.
The delegation reconfirmed Poland's readiness to further support the Republic of Moldova in achieving the goals which it has set.
During the visit it has been expressed the conviction that Poland and the Republic of Moldova will intensify cooperation in the field of justice and the judicial institutions from our country will benefit from the experience of Polish similar structures.
In this sense, as a first step, it was agreed upon exchange of judges and legal staff of the authorities of constitutional jurisdiction who will make mutual visits to study the legal framework and local practice.
This is the first ever visit to the Republic of Moldova of the representatives of the Constitutional Tribunal of Poland in the bilateral format.
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