Argentina’s Constitution of 1853, Reinstated in 1983, with Amendments through 1994
Article 114. […] 6. To establish the regulations regarding judicial organization and all regulations necessary to assure the independence of judges and the effective rendering of judicial services. […]
Judicial Council or Parallel Institution
Article 114. The Judicial Council, regulated by a special law passed by an absolute majority of the totality of the members of each Chamber, shall be charged with selecting judges and with the administration of the Judiciary. The Council shall be reconstituted periodically so that equilibrium is achieved among the representation of popularly elected political organs, judges of all instances, and federally licensed attorneys. It shall also include persons from the academic and scientific fields, of a number and manner of appointment the law shall indicate. […]
Attorney General’s Office
Article 120. The Office of the Public Prosecutor is an independent body with functional autonomy and financial self-sufficiency, whose function is to promote the intervention of the judicial [system] in defense of lawfulness and of the general interests of society, in coordination with the other authorities of the Republic. It is composed of a Chief Prosecutor of the Nation and a Chief Public Defender of the Nation and the other members that the law may establish. Its members enjoy functional immunities and noninterference with their remuneration.