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The government is contemplating a law to ensure that a judge facing even slightest suspicion of corruption, judicial misconduct or impropriety ends up forfeiting chances of elevation to the higher courts......Should we hope for better Justice in near future ?????

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Asked by Mohammed asim nehal, 31 Jan '10 07:13 pm
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Yes, Caesar's wife has to be above suspicion. So are the judges. Government is contemplating a right move.
Answered by Jack Johnson, 31 Jan '10 07:24 pm

 
  
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Government can certainly pass a legislation and with the concurrence of the parliament, it would become a law. You should remember that law is subordinate to the constitution and should be made within the framework and the ambit of the same. Even in a totalitarian countries such as China, one can't make a law mandating punitive measure on suspicion alone. Such laws can be made in some religious councils but not in any nations. Perhaps you are aware that it is the Supreme Court full bench which explains what the law is although it is the parliament which enacts it... It will require the tacit concurrence of the supreme court which is full of judges who are human beings and as such fallible.
Please don't dream sir,,noble persons like you in India will keep on burning their heart, but nothing fruitful is going to come.
Answered by Mona Bernard, 31 Jan '10 07:34 pm

 
  
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Certainly but only for certain community
Answered by jameel ahmed, 31 Jan '10 07:16 pm

 
  
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