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Attacks on Justice 2005: Australia

As a consequence of the constitutional protection of separation of powers at both federal and state level, judges and lawyers in Australia enjoy a high degree of independence. (more…)

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Attacks on Justice 2005: Croatia

During the period 2003-2004, Croatia continued to experience significant changes under the new Government of Prime Minister Sanader, particularly in its bid for accession to the EU. (more…)

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Attacks on Justice 2005: Spain

After considering the events that have taken place in the legal field since 2002, we can conclude that no relevant attacks on judicial independence have occurred that would affect the very fabric of its foundation. (more…)

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Attacks on Justice 2005: Togo

Despite the principle of separation of powers and independence of the judiciary enshrined in the 1992 Constitution, most judges are under the control of the executive. (more…)

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