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26 January, 02:17

Why is the independence of the courts necessary for a limited Constitution, and how is that independence ensured?

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  1. 26 January, 02:25
    The independence of the judicial branch is ensured by making sure that the judges cannot receive a reduction in their salary and cannot be removed from the bench by a president who might oppose the judge's views. This gives judges a security in their job that allows them to make decisions without worrying about political pressures.
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