Independence and Impartiality of Officials who Administer Justice

  • Hestela Rojas Enriquez,
  • Guido Castillo Lira and Hdadiya Rojas Enriquez
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  • Hestela Rojas Enriquez

    Deputy Provincial Prosecutor of the First Provincial Criminal Prosecutor's Office of Wanchaq at Fiscal District of Cusco, Peru

  • Guido Castillo Lira

    Specialized Judge of the Third Preliminary Investigation Court of Cusco at Fiscal District of Cusco, Peru

  • Hdadiya Rojas Enriquez

    Deputy Provincial Prosecutor of the Second Corporate Criminal Prosecutor's Office of Tambopata at Fiscal District of Madre de Dios, Peru

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This article presents the case López Lone vs Honduras, where violations of the independence of Honduras judges were evidenced, evaluating the context and importance of this independence as one of the values required of judges and, for this reason, are regulated in the Bangalore Principles on the Judicial Conduct which consolidates democracy in a society.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 1, Page 444 - 449


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