Justice and Home Affairs Council: round table

Type: Report   Reference: I-055896   Duration: 10:11:53  Lieu:
End production: 07/12/2007   First transmission: 07/12/2007
The EU Ministers for Justice met in Brussels to hold a Council mostly focussed on the fight against terrorism. They were also expected to approuve the creation of a European day against the death penalty to mark the abolition of capital punishment in the bloc on 10 October each year, a proposal that Poland used to object. They also talked about e-justice and cooperation through Eurojust.

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10:09:58 Title 00:00:04
10:10:03 Exterior view of the Council building 00:00:06
10:10:09 Franco Frattini, Vice-President of the EC in charge of Justice, Freedom and Security; with Alberto Costa, Portuguese Minister for Justice and President in office of the Council; Ernst Hirsch Ballin, Dutch Minister for Justice; and Luc Frieden, Luxembourgish Minister for Justice (2 shots) 00:00:14
10:10:23 Lovro Šturm, Slovenian Minister for Justice 00:00:06
10:10:29 General view 00:00:07
10:10:36 Sofoklis Sofokleous, Cypriot Minister for Justice, and Frank Fahey, Irish Minister of State at the Department of Justice 00:00:10
10:10:46 Ernst Hirsch Ballin 00:00:06
10:10:52 Zbigniew Ćwiąkalski, Polish Minister for Justice (2 shots) 00:00:13
10:11:05 Alberto Costa and Jack Straw, British Secretary of State for Justice 00:00:05
10:11:10 Tonio Borg, Maltese Minister for Justice and Home Affairs, and Jack Straw 00:00:09
10:11:19 Cutaway 00:00:07
10:11:26 General view 00:00:09
10:11:35 Rachida Dati, French Minister for Justice; Luc Frieden and Franco Frattini (3 shots) 00:00:18
10:11:53 Portuguese Presidency: Alberto Costa 00:00:07
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