Il governo autonomo della magistratura: una situazione complessa e dinamica
The independent government of judiciary: a complex and dynamic situation
The monographic section focuses on the structural and functional characteristics of judiciary's governing bodies. An important role is played by the Councils of Justice, among which those of south-western Europe are particularly significant. Their independence and powers are today criticized in "illiberal democracies". Even in the legal systems in which there aren’t Councils of Justice (for ex. the Anglo-Saxon systems, the Nordic ones and Germany), some independent authorities have been established, that affect the judicial system and the appointment, promotion and disciplinary responsibility of judges. All this is determining a new and highly dynamic situation.
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