Collegium System in India – Need for Judicial Independence

  • Chandralekha KM
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  • Chandralekha KM

    Student at KLE Society's Law College, India

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Maintaining judicial independence is crucial to any nation's democratic system. The judiciary serves as a guardian of citizens' rights, which are protected by the law and the constitution. Every democratic nation uses a variety of strategies to guarantee judicial independence, which also guarantees personal freedom. The rights of the people can only be safeguarded against the arbitrary powers of the administration or legislature by an impartial and autonomous judicial system. The judiciary is made up of the courts, judges, and justices that make up the entire judicial system of the nation. Regardless of whether the judge is handling a civil or criminal matter, judicial independence is crucial. Judiciary systems plays a crucial role for gaining confidence in public. The only hope that people have in this democratic country amidst the complex and corrupt politics in this country is on the Judiciary, which promises to be fair and unbiased. So the appointment of judges in transparent manner is one of the essential requirements for sustaining confidence in people.

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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 3, Page 3602 - 3608

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLMH.115328

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