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Equal access to effective and impartial justice is essential for reconciliation of the society.
And when campaign cash flows into courtrooms, that just doesn't bode well for impartial justice in this country.
Balkees Jarrah, international justice counsel at Human Rights Watch, called the Palestinian move to join the court ''an overdue but welcome step toward impartial justice for serious crimes by Israelis and Palestinians alike.
Arseniy Yatsenyuk welcomed the decision of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine which supported initiatives of the Government and political parties and adopted the Law on restoring confidence in the judicial system: It is important step towards the restoration of the independence of the judiciary and the establishment of fair and impartial justice.
The fact that Iran's highest courts would resort to such practices demonstrates that the concept of fair and impartial justice does not exist in modern Iran.
Whatever impartial justice the judiciary might otherwise seem to promise, the play presents "civil reforms .
I have merely asked for the orderly administration of an impartial justice.
Mahmudi's trial is happening in Libya despite concerns from international human rights groups as to the ability of Libya to provide fair and impartial justice to members of the former dictatorial regime.
The future looks dark, my friends, if you are hoping to get impartial justice.
Hyderabad/Ahmedabad, Dec 1 ( ANI ): Family members of the Indian couple arrested on the alleged charge of child abuse in Norway appealed to the authorities to impart fair and impartial justice in the case.
Dicker said that Council members should signal the importance of impartial justice and condemn Libya's attempts to shield anti-Gaddafi militia leaders and others from accountability.
They will enjoy equal protection of laws and access to impartial justice," Aquino said.