EC: Croatia's judiciary not to be monitored after accession.

By bne IntelliNews June 17, 2011
EU Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fuele said that the country's judiciary sector will not be monitored after the EU accession, expected in July 2013, news agency HINA reported. The EC will oversee how the country meets its commitments in the period between the accession negotiations and the actual accession through annual reports. Also, biannual reports will be issued on the policy chapters on judiciary and fundamental rights, competition policy and justice, freedom and security. We note that the European Commission has proposed to the EU Council of Ministers to close the remaining four chapters.

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