Serbia’s Constitution of 2006


Judicial Independence

 
Article 83. a. The existing underlying constitutional principles of the Rule of Law and Judicial Independence shall always be maintained. […]
 

Judicial Council or Parallel Institution

 
Article 31. A. 4. […] The King in Privy Council, after receiving advice from the Judicial Appointments and Discipline Panel, shall determine the terms of appointment of the Attorney General, and shall have the power to dismiss him. […] Article 83B. 1. The King in Privy Council, after receiving advice from the Judicial Appointments and Discipline Panel, shall appoint a Lord Chancellor who shall have primary responsibility for: a. the administration of the courts; b. all matters related to the Judiciary and its independence; c. the maintenance of the rule of law; and d. such related matters as are specified in this Constitution or any other Act.
 

Attorney General’s Office

 
Article 31.A. 1. The King in Privy Council, after receiving advice from the Judicial Appointments and Discipline Panel, shall appoint an Attorney General, who shall: a. be the principal legal advisor to Cabinet and Government; b. be in charge of all criminal proceedings on behalf of the Crown; and c. perform any other functions and duties required under law. […]

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