Guinea’s Constitution of 2010


Judicial Independence

 
Article 107. The judiciary power is independent of the executive power and of the legislative power. Justice is rendered exclusively by the Courts and Tribunals. Article 110. An organic law establishes the status, the career and the guarantees of independence of the Magistrates.
 

Judicial Council or Parallel Institution

 
Article 112. The Superior Council of the Magistrature presided over by the President of the Republic includes 17 members: • The Minister of Justice, Vice-President; • The First President of the Supreme Court; • The General Procurator before [près] the Supreme Court; One First President of the Court of Appeal designated by his peers; • Two Magistrates of the Supreme Court elected at the General Assembly of that [ladite] Court; • One General Procurator before [près] the Court of Appeal, appointed by his peers; • One Magistrate of the Central Administration of the Ministry of Justice, designated by his peers; • Six Magistrates elected in the General Assembly of the Courts of Appeal; • One President of a Tribunal of first instance, designated by his peers; • One Procurator of the Republic, designated by his peers. When it sits in disciplinary formation, the Superior Council of the Magistrature is presided over by the First President of the Supreme Court. An organic law establishes the functioning, the organization and the other competences of the Superior Council of the Magistrature.

General Assembly - October 16, 2019

Report on the UN Basic Principles on the Independence of the Judiciary

Human Rights Council - June 24, 2019

Report on freedom of expression, association and peaceful assembly of judges and prosecutors

General Assembly - October 25, 2018

Report on Bar Associations

Human Rights Council - June 22, 2018

Report on Judicial Councils

General Assembly -October 17, 2017

Report on Judicial Corruption and Organized Crime

Human Rights Council - June 12, 2017

Report on Judicial Corruption and Organized Crime