Trust in judiciary is shockingly low, assesses Aggeler

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The Judicial Council is an important weapon that will be necessary for a real transformation of the judiciary in North Macedonia into an institution that serves its citizens, protects the innocent and sanctions those who think they are above the law, said United States Ambassador Angela Aggeler at a conference Wednesday on the Judicial Council’s progress in implementing recommendations from EU peer review mission.

“The report from the EU peer review mission is a valuable roadmap for restructuring the Judicial Council and re-establishing its role within the judiciary. The Judicial Council is an important weapon in the arsenal of weapons that will be necessary for real transformation of the judiciary in North Macedonia, into an institution that serves its citizens, that protects the innocent and sanctions those who think they are above the law. Because today, as Ambassador Kop vividly described, public trust in the judiciary is shockingly low,” Aggeler noted.

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