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Competition For The New Supreme Court Equator: 75% of Risky Candidates Are In

On June 22th and June 23th the High Qualification Commission of Judges continued final consideration of candidates to the Supreme Court judges, who received negative opinions from the Public Integrity Council.  

As of June 23th, overall result of all the plenary sessions of the Commission are as follows:

14 candidates

were disqualified by the Сommission based on the  negative opinions of the Public Integrity Council

42 negative opinions

of the Public Integrity Council were overruled by the Commission

The Commission has considered half of candidates with negative opinions from the Public Integrity Council and had overruled 75% of negative opinions that were already considered.

Among candidates on whom negative opinions from the Public Integrity Council were overruled there are judges, whose decisions were considered by the European Courts of Human Rights as violating the European Convention on Human Rights and Basic Freedoms; judges who adopted unlawful decision against participants of the Revolution of Dignity; judges with unjustified assets.