Supreme Court Collegium is dead: SC should let it remain buried

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  1. Free Karma

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    Supreme Court Collegium is dead: SC should let it remain buried

    Question...but there is Leader of opposition right now, so who will take that post? Also, I hope politics isnt played over the appointment of the judges (Like how LS and RS are stalled) .
     
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    This issue is not going to go down quietly. The judiciary seem to believe they should have the authority to appoint themselves. We could be heading towards an ugly confrontation between the legislature and judiciary. Let see.

    As for no politics over appointments, not going to happen. Just have a look at US and the intense political games that are played over such appointment. Judges are pretty much the only thing governments need to be concerned about, so obviously there is going to be intense politics over their appointment.
     
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    The new system makes greater sense since there will not be a Band of Brothers cozying up.

    If two members veto, then that person cannot be selected.

    In any appointment in any sphere public or private, nepotism and politicking is always there.
     

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