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New interim rules over judicial nomination given tepid praise

A series of new interim rules introduced by the Quebec government to tighten the judicial nomination and selection process has drawn lukewarm praise, not in the least because it fails to rein in the discretionary powers of the Premier and the Minister of Justice even though the Bastarache commission warned that the process was open to possible political interference.

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This story was originally published in The Lawyers Weekly.

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