Article 175. In the exercise of their jurisdictional functions, the courts shall be independent and impartial and subject only to the Constitution and the law.
Judicial Council or Parallel Institution
Article 184. 1. The High Council of the Judicial Bench shall be the highest body responsible for managing and disciplining the judicial Bench, and shall, in general, be responsible for: a. Assessing the professional ability of judges and taking disciplinary action against them; b. Proposing the appointment of judges to the Constitutional Court, under the terms of the Constitution and the law; c. Ordering investigations, inspections and enquiries into the legal services and proposing the necessary measures required to ensure their efficiency and improvement; d. Proposing the appointment of members of the Bench to the Supreme Court; e. Appointing, placing, transferring and promoting judges, unless other provisions exist in the Constitution and the law; f. Organising the competitive submission of curricula for assessing the judges of the Court of Auditors. […]
Attorney General’s Office
Article 185. 1. The Public Prosecutor’s Office shall be the essential body of the Attorney-General’s Office in terms of the judicial function of the state and shall enjoy autonomy and its own status. 2. The autonomy of the Prosecutor’s Office shall be characterised by the fact that it is bound by the criteria of legality and objectivity. 3. The judges of the Public Prosecutor’s Office shall be accountable and shall form part of, and be subject to, a hierarchy, under the terms of the law.