Central African Republic’s Constitution of 2016
Article 107. Justice constitutes a Power Independent of the Legislature Power and of the Executive Power. Justice is rendered on the territory of the Central African Republic in the name of the Central African People by the Court of Cassation, the Council of State, the Court of Accounts, the Tribunal of Conflicts, [and] the Courts and Tribunals. Article 108. The judges are independent. They are only subject, in the exercise of their functions, to the authority of the law. The presiding magistrates are irremovable. The laws determine the status of the judges. Article 109. The President of the Republic is the guarantor of the independence of the Judicial Power. […]
Judicial Council or Parallel Institution
Article 109. […] The Superior Council of Magistrature, the Consultative Commission of the Council of State and the Conference of Presidents and of the Procurator General of the Court of Accounts, see to the administration of the career of the Magistrates and to the independence of the Magistrature. The organization and the functioning of the Superior Council of the Magistrature, of the Consultative Commission of the Council of State and of the Conference of Presidents and of the Procurator General of the Court of Accounts are established by organic laws.