Support to the strengthening of the enforcement system in BiH
Diagnostic Assessment Document on the Enforcement Regime of Final Civil Claims in BiH published
The enforcement procedure is one of the key areas in the justice system in which the representatives of the professional community have constantly been calling for reforms: judges, bailiffs, lawyers, notaries, university professors, as well as representatives of banks, businessmen, local and foreign investors, and other representatives of professional community. Problems in the enforcement procedure are highlighted in the reports of the European Commission on the progress of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the EU integration process.
The presentation of the Diagnostic Assessment Document was attended by representatives of the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Ministries of Justice, Judicial Commission of Brčko District of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as representatives of the professional community.
Diagnostic Assessment Document on the Enforcement Regime of Final Civil Claims in Bosnia and Herzegovina will be available on the website of USAID’s Justice Project in Bosnia and Herzegovina (www.usaidjp.ba).
USAID’s Justice Project in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a five-year project which began its implementation in late 2014. It is dedicated to strengthening the capacity of judicial institutions to ensure the integrity and prevention of corruption both in the judiciary and in the wider community. The project represents a continuation of USAID’s capacity building efforts in the justice sector and it is a part of the wider effects of the US government to improve democracy and the rule of law in Bosnia and Herzegovina.