Social Sciences Research Center in collaboration with the Faculty of Law in Tuzla successfully realized international scientific conference.
On 13th and 14th of December in The Hotel Tuzla an international scientific conference " Public and private aspects of necessary legal reforms in B&H: "How far can we go?” was held as a result of the cooperation between the Center for Social Research International Burch University and the Faculty of Law of the University, with the support of Fatih University.
At the conference opening ceremony attendees were addressed by:
- Prof. Dr. Izudin Hasanović , Dean of the Law Faculty in Tuzla
- MA. Esad Oruč , director of the Center for Social Sciences Research
- Prof. Dr. Yusuf Buyukay representative of the Fatih University
- Mr . Alen Taletović, Minister of Justice in the Government of Tuzla Canton
- Prof. Dr. Enver Halilović, Rector of the University of Tuzla
Organization of the international conference by two institutions aimed to examine the legal aspects of existing solutions in the legal framework of B&H and to comply with its narrow thematic orientation reflect on appropriate solutions that could lead to a consequent implementation of European standards in the legal system of B&H, as in public area, and in the field of personal relations.
The conclusion of the conference was that during the two-day conference exposed studies offered many scientific facts that may be the guideline for solving problems within existing legal frameworks in B&H, and thus contribute to overcome barriers to the development of the country and improve the process of Euro-Atlantic integration. Academic circles in this way contributed to the elucidation of the most pressing problems in the country and gave their expert analysis to speed up the process of the reforms.
In addition to the representatives of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the meeting was attended by representatives of Macedonia, Turkey, as well as representatives of government, judicial institutions, lawyers' offices, and students. It is concluded that the organization of scientific meetings that offer solutions for specific and current problems in the country will be continued.