BJA Standpoints
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Narrative Reports and Strategies

Content:
1. Internal organizational devepolment
2. Activities promoting the independence of the judiciary
3. International activity
4. Partnership with similar profesional organizations and the non-government sector
5. Media partnership
6. Financial report

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LEGACY
 
The Bulgarian Judges Association (BJA) was established with the aim of developing and strengthening the legal and law administration traditions of Bulgarian society and uniting the professional community of judges on the basis of these traditions. Although BJA is the first professional organisation of judges established after the fall of the totalitarian regime in 1989, it is the successor to the Association of Bulgarian Judges established in 1919, which remained active until it was dissolved in 1945. Over the years BJA has established its positions of a highly respected voluntary professional association, which represents the common interests of the professional community of judges, defends its interests and participates in the process of addressing specific challenges the community is faced up with. In the past, the organisation was granted relatively broad powers to initiate procedures, including disciplinary proceedings against judges, act as a mediator between judges and other public servants, provide expert support to the legislative power, keep records and publish a magazine intended for the professional community.
These traditions were severed in 1945 for the entire duration of the communist regime in Bulgaria and were re-established at the time of reconstituting the organisation in 1997.

To read the Strategic plan please click  h e r e   or see the attached file.

Content:
1. Internal organizational devepolment
2. Activities in support of the independence of the judiciary
3. International work
4. Partnership with similar profesional organizations and the non-government sector
5. Financial report

To read the Report please click  h e re   or see the attached file.

 

Content:
1. Internal organizational devepolment
2. Activities in support of the independence of the judiciary
3. International meetings
4. Partnership with similar profesional organizations and the non-government sector
5. Financial report
6. Report of the Supervisory Board of BJA
 
To read the report please click  h e r e

 

Table of Contents:
 
1. Policies in support of the independence of the judiciary
2. Organizational development
3. Participation in international events
4. Partnerships
5. Financing
 
To read the Report please click  h e r e
LEGACY
 
The Bulgarian Judges Association (BJA) was established with the aim of developing and strengthening the legal and law administration traditions of Bulgarian society and uniting the professional community of judges on the basis of these traditions. Although BJA is the first professional organisation of judges established after the fall of the totalitarian regime in 1989, it is the successor to the Association of Bulgarian Judges established in 1919, which remained active until it was dissolved in 1945. Over the years BJA has established its positions of a highly respected voluntary professional association, which represents the common interests of the professional community of judges, defends its interests and participates in the process of addressing specific challenges the community is faced up with. In the past, the organisation was granted relatively broad powers to initiate procedures, including disciplinary proceedings against judges, act as a mediator between judges and other public servants, provide expert support to the legislative power, keep records and publish a magazine intended for the professional community. 
These traditions were severed in 1945 for the entire duration of the communist regime in Bulgaria and were re-established at the time of reconstituting the organisation in 1997.
 
To read the Strategic Plan please click  h e r e