The Judicial Sector in Latin America and the Caribbean

The Judicial Sector in Latin America and the Caribbean

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qProfessional analysis of essential elements of judicial reform, as provided in any country-specific review by the World Bank. As political and economic development continue, greater attention needs to be given to judicial reform. Basic elements of judicial reform include: guaranteeing judicial independence through changes in judicial budgeting, judicial appointment, and disciplinary systems; adopting procedural reforms; enhancing public access to justice; incorporating gender issues in the reform process; and redefining/expanding legal education and trainingq--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 57.246 Plusquellec, Burt, and Wolter, Modern Water Control in Irrigation: Concepts, Issues, and Applications No. ... and Proceedings from the World Banka#39;s Annual Irrigation and Drainage Seminar, Annapolis, Maryland, December 8-10, 1992 No. ... 252 The World Bank/FAO/UNIDO/Industry Fertilizer Working Group, World and Regional Supply and Demand Balances for ... Project Planning Approach of the Womena#39;s Enterprise Management Training Outreach Program (WEMTOP) No.

Title:The Judicial Sector in Latin America and the Caribbean
Author:Maria Dakolias
Publisher:World Bank Publications - 1996-01-01


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