Aggeler: Pressures on judiciary must stop


Pressures on the judiciary in North Macedonia must stop, judges must be free so they can practice law. Citizens of this country need and want this, said United States ambassador Angela Aggeler in her remarks at the international conference on the Constitutional Court’s 60th anniversary on Friday.
Ambassador Aggeler emphasized the vital and irreplaceable responsibility of the Constitutional Court over the past six decades in protecting basic human rights, including freedom of speech.
“The American constitutional judge still believes that our Constitution is not written in sand to be washed away with each wave of new judges who are influenced by political waves. The pressure placed on judges in these courts can be enormous. We as citizens insist that pressures be eliminated and that our judges always be independent regardless of their background and personal opinions,” said Aggeler.

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