Half of the citizens think that outsiders should choose judges and should be involved in court processes

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Half of the citizens believe that the International Community should be involved in the process of selecting judges and prosecutors, according to the latest public opinion survey conducted by the Skopje Institute for Political Research for Detektor.

According to the research, 47.8% of citizens think that the International Community should be involved in the process of selecting judges and prosecutors, while 36.1% think that it should not. According to the ethnic structure, Macedonians and Albanians in the majority believe that the international community should be involved in the process of selecting judges and prosecutors, with the difference that 62.4% of ethnic Albanians emphasize the need and 42.7% of Macedonians.

As many as 50.9% of those surveyed are of the opinion that prosecutors from abroad should be included in certain high-profile court processes, while 35.1% believe that they should not. The difference in attitudes according to the ethnic structure of the respondents is identical here as in the previous question.

 

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