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Working document in view of the 3 DH-SYSC-I meeting

DH-SYSC-I(2017)010__EN

Judges Albania

Judges Albania Recognition of service in international courts Total: 32 Special leave / Unpaid leave Suspension of the mandate to work for international organisation (1) Secondment by domestic government (2) Resignation to work for international organisation (3) Right to regain former post after service in international organisation Service in international organisations counts for career advancement purposes Andorra X X X Armenia Service in international organisations counts for pension rights (4) Austria X X X X Azerbaijan Belgium X X X X X X Bosnia-Herzegovina Bulgaria X X X X if seconded Croatia X X X X X if contribution Cyprus Czech Republic X X X Denmark X X X X X if no CoE pension Estonia X X X X X Finland X X X France X X X X X X X Georgia Germany Greece X X X X X X X Hungary X X X X X X X X Iceland X X X Ireland Italy X X X X if contribution X if contribution X if contribution No Specific provisions concerning service in international courts (5) Total: 13 X X X X X X

Latvia Liechtenstein Lithuania Judges Recognition of service in international courts X X organisation (3) organisation X career X Total: 32 Special leave / Unpaid leave Suspension of the mandate to work for international (1) Secondment by domestic government (2) 85 Resignation to work for international organisation Right to regain former post after service in international Service in international organisations counts for advancement purposes DH-SYSC-I (2017)010 Service in international organisations counts for pension X rights if (4) contribution Luxembourg Republic of Moldova X X X X X X X X if contribution No Specific provisions concerning X service in international courts (5) Total: 13 Malta Monaco X X X X X X X if contribution Montenegro X X X X Netherlands X Norway X X Poland X X X X X Portugal X X X X X X if contribution Romania X X X Russian Federation Serbia X X X Slovakia X X X X Slovenia X X X Spain X X X X X Sweden Switzerland X X X X X if contribution “The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia” X X X Turkey X X X X Ukraine United Kingdom X X X if contribution X X X X (1) Judges may be temporarily released from their office when assigned to the Court and their domestic services are suspended. (2) Judges may be transferred by their domestic government on temporary mission to an international court or body. (3) Judges are required to terminate their current working relationship at the domestic level in order to join the Court. (4) Judges have their years of service spent in international organisations counted as pensionable service in their domestic pension scheme, sometimes provided they keep contributing to the latter during their period of international civil service (X if contribution) or do not already benefit from the pension scheme of an international organisation (X if no CoE pension). (5) No specific recognition of international service for judges concerning their possibility to interrupt their domestic career, their right to regain their former post, their career advancement, and their domestic pension rights.

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