1 Judicial accountability can be defined as the set of mechanisms aimed at making judges and courts personally or institutionally responsible for behaviours and decisions contrary to constitutional or legal standards. Depending on institutional design, courts and officials can be held accountable by the civil society or by legislative, executive, or other state-level authorities. Even though some commentators argue for a strict conception of judicial accountability, which distinguishes it from judicial governance because the latter encompasses the selection of...
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