Sunday, September 03, 2006

DSI’s Boycott Threatens the Judicial Reform in Macedonia

Skopje. The new Supreme Court Council with elevated commission (electing and dismissing judges) will have to be formed in the next 30 days in Macedonia, the TV channel Kanal 5 reports. This is the time the Macedonian PM Nikola Gruevski has to ensure the so-called Badinter majority in the country’s Parliament, since five of the 15 members of the court council are elected by Parliament and two after a proposal of the President of the country.
The boycott of the activity of the Parliament by the Democratic Union for Integration /DSI/ is threatening to stop the reforms in the judiciary.

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