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The most frequent and the most typical practices of court management which may easily lead to violation of independence have provided the basis for compiling, by contrast, “A Collection of Good Management Practices” . The last four items represent the most blatant examples of interfering with independence. The collection is a result of the work ..

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The Venice Commission has examined the Act on Ordinary Courts, the Draft Act on the National Council of the Judiciary, and the Draft Act on the Supreme Court, proposed by the President of the Republic. It has come to the conclusion that the Act and the Draft Acts, especially taken together and seen in the ..

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The premature termination of the President of the Hungarian Supreme Court’s mandate on account of his criticisms of legislative reforms was contrary to the Convention Download judgement summary here: Grand Chamber judgment Baka v. Hungary – premature termination of the President of the Hungarian Supreme Court’s mandate Download full judgement here: CASE OF BAKA v. ..

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The purpose of this Opinion is to examine issues and concerns relating to the role of court presidents, given the overriding need to ensure a more effective functioning of an independent judiciary and an enhanced quality of justice. The Opinion has been prepared on the basis of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights ..

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