|ENCJ Indicator (click to expand and explore)||Autonomy Project||Present||Proposal in CA/16/15|
|very positive||positive||neutral||negative||very negative||no data|
The ENCJ Report on Independence and Accountability of the Judiciary discusses and sets out internationally recognised indicators of objective independence of the judiciary.
This table compares our evaluation of these indicators under various scenarios for the boards of appeal, namely the Sedemund Treiber Report (CA/103/03 Add. 2), the present situation and the reform proposed in CA/16/15.|
You can explore any interesting indicator, e.g. one that is particularly negative or positive, by clicking on the relevant row. This will open a sub-level which gives information about the indicator and lists the corresponding sub-indicators.
Clicking on a sub-indicator opens a further sub-level that shows the questions associated with this sub-indicator and the answers that we have given to the various scenarios, along with explanatory notes.
The answers for the reform proposed in CA/16/15 are in input fields of a form that you can change. To see how the changes affect the colour of a particular indicator click on the “Re-evaluate this indicator” button at the top of the indicator.
There is undoubtedly room for debate on the meaning and the evaluation of the various indications. If you have any comments or suggestions in this direction please email us.