1The Minister of Justice coordinates the development and implementation of state policies and cross-cutting strategy of the justice sector. The Minister of Justice is responsible for preparing the draft legal acts in the justice field in relation to which he/she takes even the opinion of the High Judicial Council.
2The Minister of Justice may file a complaint before the High Justice Inspector for the alleged disciplinary misconduct of judges and it may request the High Justice Inspector to conduct institutional and thematic inspections in courts.
3The Minister of Justice may participate in the joint meeting of the High Judicial Council and High Prosecutorial Council.
4The Minister of Justice or persons authorised by him may participate as observers in the General Meeting of judges, meeting of the General Council of the National Chamber of Advocacy, Academic Staff Assembly and Steering Council of the School of Magistrates, Special Meeting of the Heads of Institutions for the selection of judge members of the High Judicial Council.
5The High Judicial Council shall cooperate with the Minister of Justice in order to ensure the compatibility of budget and strategic planning of the judicial system as adopted by the Council, with the state policies and cross-cutting strategy of the justice sector.
6The Minister of Justice may exercise the above-mentioned rights personally or through a representative authorised in writing by him/her.
7In the exercise of his/her functions, the Minister of Justice shall have full access to the statistical data generated from the management system regarding the cases dealt with by the courts.