Judicial Council against idea to end life tenure of judges
Ljubljana, 11 July - After the Slovenian Judges' Association rejected the idea of ending life tenure for judges and introducing 12-year terms, broached as part of the coalition-building talks led by the Marjan Šarec List (LMŠ), the Judicial Council took issue with the proposal as well, saying it would lower the standard of judges' independence.
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