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CNUE General Assembly – Brussels, 8 December 2023

On 8 December, the CNUE held its General Assembly in Brussels. In his review of his 2023 presidency, the CNUE President Dr. Peter Stelmaszczyk presented a first assessment of the results of the past year and emphasized, in particular, the conferences on Company Law & Digitalization and on the protection of adults in the European Parliament. He also highlighted the CNUE’s work on his political priorities: digitalization and company law, fight against money laundering and terrorist financing and support of the Ukrainian notariat.


On the agenda of the General Assembly was also one of the strong institutional moments of the CNUE: The election of the President, the Vice-President and the Board of Directors for the year 2024. The President of the Lithuanian notariat, Marius Stračkaitis, was unanimously elected as the new CNUE-President, as was the President of the Luxembourgish Chamber of Notaries, Martine Schaeffer, elected as the new Vice-President.

In his inaugural speech, Marius Stračkaitis outlined the priorities of the European notariat for the coming year, particularly in view of the European elections in 2024: (1) Strengthening the Notarial Profession, (2) Digitalisation of Notarial Services, (3) Supporting the Ukraine.

Finally, the General Assembly also unanimously decided to grant observer status to the notariats of Albania and Moldova, and to sign a partnership agreement with the notariat of Georgia.

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