Palace of Justice

The Project is co-financed by the European Union and the Government of Kosovo.

Objectives

•    Construction of the Palace of Justice in Prishtina

Institutions to be located:

•    Constitutional Court
•    Kosovo Judicial Council
•    Supreme Court
•    Commercial Court
•    High Minor Offences Court
•    District Court of Prishtina
•    Municipal Court of Prishtina
•    Municipal Minor Offences Court of Prishtina
•    Special Prosecutor Office
•    State prosecutor Office
•    District Public Prosecutor Office of Prishtina
•    Municipal Public prosecutor Office
•    Liaison institutions

Implementation period: 2013
Institutions in charge/Involved: EULO-KJC-MoJ

Press Rrelease

Press release

Kosovo Judicial Council Chair, Enver Peci, met today a senior delegation of Turkish Academy of Justice headed by its Chair Yilmaz Akēil. During the meeting, Mr. Peci informed the participants about the organisation and functioning of Kosovo judiciary, about the progress and challenges that... More

Press release

Kosovo Judicial Council (KJC) Chair Mr. Enver Peci accompanied by several KJC members, received a delegation of Ministry of Justice from Republic of Albania (MJA) headed by Minister Mr. Nasip Naēo who was accompanied by his associates, such as: Mr. Sokolo Pasho- Inspection Director of Justice... More

Notice

Today on 22.01.2015, the Administrator of the Basic Court of Gjilan Shemsije Haliti-Kadriu passed away after a serious illness. More

MEDIA INVITATION

Kosovo Judicial Council is organising the Fourth Annual Judicial Conference in Kosovo supported by the Organisation for Security and Cooperation of Europe (OSCE), Mission in Kosovo. In this conference the whole structure of Justice system in Kosovo will participate to discuss the achievements and... More

Press release

Today, on 21.11.2014, the workshop with the topic: “Access to Justice with Special Focus on Publication of Court Decisions”, took place organized by Kosovo Judicial Council (KJC) and TAIEX – European Union (EU) Office in Kosovo held in Pristina. More

Continues cooperation between KJC, USAID and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Norway to strengthen the judiciary in Kosovo

On 9 October 2014, heads of Kosovo judiciary together with senior representatives from USAID and Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Norway conducted the inauguration ceremony of renovated building of the Basic Courtof Gjakova – Branch in Malisheva. More

Inauguration of Basic Court Gjakovė – the Branch in Malishevė

The Kosovo Judicial Council, in cooperation with USAID Mission in Kosovo and with Norwegian Kingdom Embassy in Kosovo, organise the inauguration ceremony of the newly renovated building of Basic Court Gjakovė – the branch in Malishevė. The inauguration ceremony will be held on More

Press Release

Pristina, 5 September 2014 – Kosovo Judicial Council (KJC) Chair Mr. Enver Peci with his associates, hosted in a meeting the Minister of Justice of Macedonia, Mr. Adnan Jashari accompanied by two associates of his cabinet, Ms. Majlinda Ajdari and Ms. Elirjana Zilbeari. More

Notification

After a serious illnes, last night, on 7 July 2014, Mr. Hėzėr Duja, judge of Basic Court in Prizren, passed away. Hėzėr Duja was born on 12.11.1957. He finished elementary and secondary school in his birthplace, whereas the faculty of law he ended in University of Prishtina... More

Press release

Prishtinė – 30 May 2014. Kosovo Judicial Council (KJC), headed by Mr. Enver Peci, held an extraordinary meeting today. Based on “the Exchange of letters” between President of Kosovo Mrs. Ahtifete Jahjaga and the EU Higher representative Lady Catherine Ashton on 2014 in which... More