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Convening in Brussels, the justice ministers of the EU member states adopted Council conclusions on victims’ rights and had a debate on how to further strengthen the rule of law. Justice issues were on the agenda today, 3 December, on the second day of the Justice and Home Affairs Council.
Anti-trafficking coordinators and rapporteurs on human trafficking from EU Member States will meet on the invitation of EU Anti-Trafficking Coordinator Myria Vassiliadou in Brussels on 4–5 December. The meeting is organised as part of Finland's Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
The last official Justice and Home Affairs Council of Finland’s Presidency will convene in Brussels on 2–3 December 2019. The justice ministers’ session on Tuesday, 3 December, will be chaired by Minister of Justice Anna-Maja Henriksson.
The Ministry for democracy and the rule of law
Development of lawdraftingThe aim is to improve drafting of statutes and the quality of the statutes.
Fundamental rightsThe Ministry of Justice prepares the fundamental provisions relating to the Constitution and the public administration. These include the laws regulating the competency of the President of the Republic, the Parliament and the Government and their relations.
Anti-corruption effortsThe Ministry of Justice functions as the national coordinating body for anti-corruption work in Finland
International Legal AssistanceInternational legal assistance is often based on multilateral conventions. It is also regulated through bilateral treaties.
International and EU affairsThe EU-related activities and international cooperation conducted by the Ministry of Justice aim to maintain an open, active and safe society where people can be confident that their rights are being respected.