The Council for the Judiciary

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About the Council for the Judiciary

The Council for the Judiciary, while forming part of the Judiciary, does not actually adjudicate itself. Instead, the Council is dedicated to ensuring that the courts of law can perform their (adjudication) duties effectively. The Council represents the interests of the courts in the political arena and in (national) administration and government, notably the Minister of Security and Justice.