At its halfway point, the project to strengthen the Moroccan judicial system held a meeting to take stock of the results obtained to date
A year having passed since it was implemented, the twinning project “Support for institutional reform and the Moroccan Higher Institute of the Judiciary (ISM)”, held a meeting to take stock of its successes and the challenges that it will face in its second and final year of activity.
The project, funded by the European Union and partially managed by FIIAPP, is committed to strengthening the rule of law in Morocco through a justice system that is accessible, independent and in accordance with international and, in particular, European standards. To do this, it attempts to strengthen the capabilities of the Moroccan Higher Institute of the Judiciary.
The meeting allowed all the parties involved to conclude that the balance sheet for the first half of the project is positive, as 44 expert missions have already taken place, which in practice represents a completion rate of 50%. Also, during the meeting, many of the debates and sessions focused on seeking options so that the project can continue in the second year to be an instrument for the exchange and implementation of the best European and international experiences.