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Appointment of Judges: The Issues

S. P. Sathe
Economic and Political Weekly
Vol. 33, No. 32 (Aug. 8-14, 1998), pp. 2155-2157
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4407068
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Appointment of Judges: The Issues
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Abstract

In responding to the presidential reference to it on the appointment of judges, the Supreme Court will once again interpret Articles 124 and 217 of the Constitution. However, that is not enough. What is needed is a constitutional amendment which will deal with the appointment, transfer and removal of judges.

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