4 edition of Judicial reform in the states found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Anthony Champagne & Judith Haydel.|
|Contributions||Champagne, Anthony., Haydel, Judith.|
|LC Classifications||KF8785 .J83 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 190 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||190|
|ISBN 10||0819189235, 0819189243|
|LC Control Number||92032842|
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The judicial elite, they said, viewed itself as a superior “special caste” out of touch with ordinary citizens, and operated as a “state within a state” incapable of reforming itself. In these circumstances, they argued, making judges and their supervisory organs more accountable to elected bodies was both justifiable and in line with. The abolition of serfdom in , under Alexander II, and the reforms which followed (local government reforms, the judicial reform, the abolition of corporal punishment, the reform of the military, public education, censorship and others), were a ‘watershed’, ‘a turning point’ in the history of Russia.
A variety of factors may lead to such a consensus on the need for reform. In Oklahoma, for example, judicial reform came about as a result of a major scandal in the state’s judiciary. 2 But in some states, consensus for change among key stakeholders is diffi-cult. 3 Key interest groups can have competing objectives, mak-ing judicial reform. ADMINISTRATIVE, MILITARY, AND JUDICIAL REFORM. The modern states of the Middle East are remnants of the Ottoman (Turkish) and Safavid (Persian) dominions, the last of the great Muslim empires. These countries not only share common religious and historical legacies but have also experienced very similar colonial and postcolonial influences.
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Champagne and Haydel and the contributors are scholars interested in state judicial reform and have tried to develop findings on single states into a book which allows the reader to examine developments and patterns of reform movements in several states.
Rather than viewing judicial selection as a "good government" issue, the book explores who gets what and how from Cited by: Champagne and Haydel and the contributors are scholars interested in state judicial reform and have tried to develop findings Judicial reform in the states book single states into a book which allows the reader to examine developments and patterns of reform movements in several s: 0.
Judicial reforms must address many complex issues, including modernization of the law, protection of fundamental rights, the struggle against corruption, and ways of controlling violence.
In all countries, broad national consensus and political leadership will be required, as well as the support of civil society organizations and the mass by: This book analyzes the politics of judicial selection in seven states from an interest group perspective.
It is unique in that it offers a multi-state comparative study in a previously neglected field of political science. Champagne and Haydel and the contributors are scholars interested in state judicial reform and have tried to develop findings on single states into a book which allows the reader to examine developments and patterns of reform movements in several states.
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legal and judicial reform (LJR) strategy is based. Judicial Reform. The rule of law is built on the cornerstone of an independent, efficient, and effective judicial system.
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As structured in the Constitution, the federal government consists of three components: the executive branch, the legislative branch, and the judicial branch. While most focus primarily on the executive and legislative branches, the judiciary is just as important and casts an expanding shadow over policy debates.
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Indian Territory and the United States, Courts, Government, and the Movement for Oklahoma Statehood. This innovative reappraisal of federal courts in Indian Territory shows how the United States Congress used judicial reform to suppress the Five Tribes’ governments and clear the way for Oklahoma statehood.
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