SC collegium’s move to go public on government’s objections to its nominees is welcome but selective

11 days ago The Indian Express

The Supreme Court Collegium’s decision to reiterate its recommendation on the appointment of five advocates as high court judges, and its going public with the reasons for both its reiteration and the government’s objections on Thursday is, therefore, an important moment. The process for appointments and transfers of judges of the Supreme Court and high courts is one of the system’s dark areas. More transparency, more public reasoning in this process is much needed. In that context, the Collegium’s decision on Thursday to go public is a push back. In other words, even as Thursday’s move to go public is welcome, it is evidently selective.
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