Legal reform will not retire

February 10 2010

The Congress appears to be concerned about legal reforms in the country. Union Law Minister Veerappa Moily is harping the note of judicial reform. In the forthcoming Budget Session of Parliament, Moily wants to bring a Bill that proposes to increase the retirement age of the judges of Supreme Court from 65 years to 68 years, that of High Court judges from 62 years to 65 years and of district judges from 60 years to 62 years. Even if this Bill is presented in the Budget Session of Parliament, it would be essential to bring it before the Standing Committee and this entire process could take up at least three months. The present Chief Justice is retiring in May this year
and so it does not appear that he would gain anything from this legislation.

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