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Auditing the Supreme Court

Auditing the Supreme Court The Judge in a Democracy by Aharon Barak; Princeton University Press; A G NOORANI Of the three arms of the state, the government of India and Parliament are subject to a close vigil by the media and intellectuals while the Supreme Court of India is virtually exempt from audit. There is the occasional critical piece by correspondents reporting its work or an occasional edit page article. There is not a single law journal whose voice matters. The Supreme Court Bar, ever a house divided, is quiescent for the most part bar occasional criticism.

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