Independence of the Egyptian Judiciary The Egyptian transition following the 2011 January 25th revolution has been fraught with controversy; among many has been the reform of the judiciary system.
What does ROJ stand for?
ROJ stands for Reform of the Judiciary (UN Development Programme; various locations)
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We have 3 other meanings of ROJ in our Acronym Attic
- Regional Office of Industrial Tribunals (United Kingdom)
- Repeated Short-Time Occlusive Irritation Test
- Reserve Officer Initial Training (UK)
- Return On It
- Rotterdam Organizational Identification Test (method used to reveal the actual corporate identity)
- Royal Oaks Invitational Tournament (Royal Oaks Country Club; Vancouver, WA)
- Royal Oak Information Technology Academy (Royal Oak, Michigan)
- Return on Invested Tangible Capital
- Remote Operations InVoke
- Residual Operating Income Valuation (accounting analysis)
- Remote Objects for Java (computer programming)
- Remove Outer Jacket
- Required on Job
- Retinal Optic Nerve Junction (neurocytology)
- Retired on the Job
- Return of the Jedi
- Royal Order of Jesters (fraternal organization)
- Results-Oriented Job Descriptions
- Radiation Oncology Jurisdictional Implementation Group (cancer research group; Australia)
- Regionaal Open Jeugdcentrum Mechelen (Dutch: Regional Open Youth Mechelen)
Samples in periodicals archive:
TUNIS(TAP) - A national consultation on reform of the judiciary will be launched early next April to allow all stakeholders to give their opinion on this issue,United Nations Resident Co-ordinator in Tunisia Mohamed Belhocine announced Wednesday.
The Council's meeting in October resulted in the adoption of the "Action Plan on reform of the judiciary for the years of 2012-2014".
The EC repeatedly insisted on a direct vote of VSS members in a number of letters to Justice Minister Diana Kovacheva, Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and others, stating that the election principle "one vote a one magistrate" would guarantee the onset of an all-out reform of the judiciary that would start at the VSS.
Summary: King Mohammed VI appointed the members of the High Commission for the reform of the judiciary on May 8, 2012, in the Royal Palace in Casablanca, including 8 women.
Chapter 23, the same sources say, has been conceptualized during the accession talks of the EU with Croatia when the EU realized that the problem is not the reform of the judiciary and corruption, for example, but the sustainable implementation.
Support to the Reform of the Judiciary ( 5 million) The EU has already supported reforms in the area of the Lebanese judiciary through programmes in the past.
The council also examined draft texts aiming to reinvigorate the reform of the judiciary.