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Prime Minister won’t be appealing the recent decision on the appointment of judges and magistrates to the bench

The Attorney General informed the Court that the Prime Minister will not be appealing this week’s court decision ordering a reference to the European Court of Justice, in the case filed by Repubblika on the appointment of members of the judiciary in Malta.

Following this development, the NGO said it was now looking forward to defending the independence of the judiciary Malta in the European Court of Justice.

The NGO is challenging the Prime Minister’s discretion in appointing members of the judiciary.

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