Its lobbying laid bare, the judiciary is in a no-win position

Government must hold fast on its plans for Judicial Appointments Commission

 Photograph: Collins Courts.

Photograph: Collins Courts.

What is the consequence of the judiciary successfully lobbying to change the Judicial Appointments Commission Bill?

The Bill updates and reforms the body used to screen judicial candidates and advises the government on the most suitable candidates for appointment. The point of difference between the Government and the judiciary on these reforms relates to the composition of the new Judicial Appointments Commission.

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