The Ungheni Palace of Justice
With European Union support, Moldovan authorities are improving the functioning of the justice system through strengthened efficiency and quality of courts. The Ungheni Palace of Justice will be built according to European standards and will be the first court to operate under the Law on the Reorganization of Courts.
- To improve the functioning of the justice system through strengthened efficiency and quality of courts.
- The new Justice Palace in Ungheni will have 8 European-level courtrooms scheduled for day-to-day sessions (4 for criminal cases and 4 for civil cases).
- A specially arranged room for hearing minors in cases where children are involved, so that children feel protected.
- An office for mediation, open to citizens who want to conclude litigation before they reach the court.
- A special office for lawyers with a room dedicated to witnesses, a special office for prosecutors with a room dedicated to witnesses.
- 4 detention cells (up to 20 inmates) with underfloor heating, current ventilation, private bathroom and a special office meeting with lawyers, all designed in order to respect human rights standards.