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The SJC is a constitutional body of judges empowered under Article 209 of the Constitution to hear cases of misconduct against the top judges and it comprises the Chief Justice of Pakistan and two senior-most judges of the Supreme Court and two senior-most chief justices of the high courts.
Noted journalists, distillers, beverage directors, mixologists, restaurateurs, Master Sommeliers, hoteliers, consultants, educators comprise the august body of judges.
The 2010 public referendum, approved in a landslide victory, has really contributed to diversity and pluralism in this administrative body of judges and prosecutors.
The country's highest body of judges, the Supreme Judicial Council, called his decrees an 'unprecedented assault'.
NNA - June 23, 2012-Minister of Justice Shakeeb Qurtbawi, disclosed having nominated candidates to the Supreme Judicial Council; the nation's highest judicial body of judges, as stipulated under the Lebanese Constitution.
The above accusations were levelled by the Judicial Council of England and Wales, the body of judges that advises the Lord Chief Justice on judicial matters.
The appeal was dismissed by the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal, a judicial body of judges and industry experts.
But the immediate objective is to ensure that, where Welsh legislation is tested in the courts, there is a sufficient body of judges and lawyers who are able to understand the emerging body of Welsh law effectively, and I have no doubt that that will happen.
A spokesman for the High Elections Commission, a body of judges and parliament nominees, said complaints so far were not serious and would not hinder the vote, which was going smoothly.
According to the constitution, a judge can only be dismissed by the Supreme Judicial Council, which is a body of judges empowered under Article 209 of the constitution to hear cases of misconduct against judges.
The High Elections Commission, a body of judges and parliamentary nominees, said the withdrawal of Wafd and the Brotherhood would not affect the electoral process.
The AJC was supposed to be a reformed institution compared with its predecessor by virtue of its orders being subject to an appeals process, wherein any individual removed from public office or banned from contesting for it could approach an independent body of judges for re-instatement.