Supreme Court College: Growing row over selection of judges in India

Others, like Arghya Sengupta of the Vidhi Center for Legal Policy, a think tank, say the college should be replaced by a judicial commission made up of representatives from the judiciary, the bar and the civil system. “Fiddling around with college won’t be enough,” he says. “A judicial appointments system cannot be perfect, but must have an optimal set of checks and balances.” Obviously, the jury is still out on whether judges should choose judges.

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