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Is there an urgent need of reforms in judicial appointments?

Yes 87 %
No 11 %
Can't say 2 %
Total Votes Cast : 95
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Is there an urgent need of reforms in judicial appointments?
Posted by asha rao

06/05/2015 19:03:07

when the general public thinks yes, the reforms are immediately required but the judiciary does not even acknowledge that there is problem.
Posted by Carlisle Collins

18/07/2014 10:49:25

There has been/is an urgent need for reforms in judicial appointments. This is no secret, and such surveys do not infuse more "Oomph" into this need: it only serves as a passing trivial chit chat in the Bar Association's clubroom. Is anything being done about it since 60 years of Independence?
Posted by venkatesh Rao

13/07/2014 19:56:32

It is an absolute need of the day.
Posted by T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate

09/07/2014 00:45:20

The political interference in judges appointment, warrants an urgent need to reform the same.
Posted by kavksatyanarayana

08/07/2014 21:15:49

YES to the best my knowledge
Posted by Manu Khare

08/07/2014 12:13:27

Present collegium system of appointment to higher judiciary is fine.
Posted by Niharika

07/07/2014 14:57:34

the need for change in the appointment has been felt for long but no one take the necessary steps forward because those who have to change the system are the prime beneficiary. as the uncles and aunts sitting at the apex level let their relatives through d appointments though many meritorious candidate pay cost due to these high approach candidates. judiciary is a very important machinery and only those who have all the qualities to be a judge should be siting as the Hon'ble judges.
Posted by Lawyer SALEEMA KABEER

03/07/2014 15:21:34

Besides knowledge and experience, the quality of character also to be given importance.
Posted by R.K Nanda

02/07/2014 11:08:48

yes. r.k.nanda-adv-supreme court

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