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Constitution of Tunisia (2008) – 4: The Judicial Power

CHAPTER FOUR
THE JUDICIAL POWER

Article 64
Judgments shall be pronounced in the name of the people and shall be executed in the name of the President of the Republic.

Article 65
The judicial power shall be independent; in the exercise of their functions the judges and prosecutors shall only be subject to the authority of the law.

Article 66
Judges and prosecutors shall be appointed by decree of the President of the Republic upon the recommendation of the High Council of the Judiciary. The modalities of their recruitment shall be determined by statute.

Article 67
The High Council of the Judiciary, whose composition and powers shall be determined by statute, shall control the respect for the guarantees accorded to judges and prosecutors in matters of appointment, promotion, transfer and discipline.

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