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Attacks on Justice 2005: Gibraltar

Fundamental rights are constitutionally enshrined and are respected. The judiciary is independent and judicial actors carry out their duties in an ethical manner. No attacks on judicial actors have been reported. (more…)

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Attacks on Justice 2005: Turkey

The prospect of EU membership prompted the introduction of important constitutional and legal reforms that significantly strengthened the judicial system in Turkey. However, serious deficiencies remained. (more…)

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Attacks on Justice 2005: New Zealand

Separation of powers in New Zealand is generally effective and respected in practice. Both the judiciary and the legal profession fulfil their duties in an ethical manner free from interference. (more…)

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Attacks on Justice 2005: Myanmar

The suspension of the Constitution has rendered the separation of powers ineffective, and left civil society with no legitimate means of challenging executive power. (more…)

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