Allowing judicial reforms to take root

UPON coming to power, the post GE-14 government undertook a number of institutional reforms. From the outset it was realised that structural changes are not enough. Institutions are as good as the people who administer them. Good leadership is crucial.

How effective the reforms will turn out to be remains to be seen. However, in one area, positive changes are quite discernible and that is the administration of the superior courts.

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