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Half-measures: Azerbaijani judicial reform brings ‘no independence’ from government

New legislative changes will hardly improve the judicial system in Azerbaijan while it is dependent on executive power, lawyers say.

Half-measures: Azerbaijani judicial reform brings ‘no independence’ from government

By Sabina Abubakirova

New legislative changes will hardly improve the judicial system in Azerbaijan while it is dependent on executive power, lawyers say.

The ‘clan’ in Georgia’s judiciary reattempt lifetime appointments

Several months after retracting their candidacies, most controversial candidates seek renomination.

The ‘clan’ in Georgia’s judiciary reattempt lifetime appointments

Several months after retracting their candidacies, most controversial candidates seek renomination.

MPs threaten to quit Georgian Dream over supreme justice nominees

At least four MPs including former legal affairs committee chair Eka Beselia threatened to quit over accusations of ‘clan rule’ within the judiciary.

MPs threaten to quit Georgian Dream over supreme justice nominees

At least four MPs including former legal affairs committee chair Eka Beselia threatened to quit over accusations of ‘clan rule’ within the judiciary.

Subeliani Tapes: witness ‘bribed’ in Khorava Street murder investigation

A new tape suggests the authorities attempted to pay ‘10,000’, for a witnesses to change their testimony.

Subeliani Tapes: witness ‘bribed’ in Khorava Street murder investigation

A new tape suggests the authorities attempted to pay ‘10,000’, for a witnesses to change their testimony.

President under fire for refusing to nominate new Georgian Supreme Court head

Critics warned the move could allow a ‘dominant group of judges’ on the High Council of Justice strengthen their grip over the judiciary.

President under fire for refusing to nominate new Georgian Supreme Court head

Critics warned the move could allow a ‘dominant group of judges’ on the High Council of Justice strengthen their grip over the judiciary.

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