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judicial

(joo-dish′ăl) [L. judicalis, pert. to law courts, judicial]
Pert. to a judgement at law, or to the administration of law or of justice, or to the judiciary or judges.
judicially (′ă-lē)
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Thus began active intervention by the Judiciary in the political process, sometimes upon the Judiciary's own initiative and at other times due to the politicians' machinations to settle scores with their opponents in court rather than in the Parliament.
The bench directed Pemra to depute its representative to apprise the court of the measures the regulatory body had taken to stop TV channels from airing remarks slandering the judiciary.
The Judiciary clarifies that at no time were issues pertaining to the President's pronouncement on his salary cut mentioned in open court, neither were they contained in the written Charge delivered by Judge Willie.
A Jubilee insider told the Star, 'The President said he shall revisit the Judiciary.
INDEPENDENCEbrThe minority leader said contrary to Mr Tuju's claims that the Judiciary was biased against the government, the opposition had also lost many cases in courts, but it had never ranted or threatened judges with unspecified consequences.
With Nawaz's trial making headway, and contempt notices sent to other PML-N leaders, it is unclear what he means to achieve by delegitimising the judiciary further.
He said that in the Supreme Court alone over 18,000 cases had been pending, but the judiciary always decided cases of political nature on a fast-track basis.
He said that the judiciary staff should be under the administrative control but the chief justices should be the ultimate authority regarding the matter of the judiciary and not the federal government.
It was decided to institutionalize the agreement so that it could be properly followed by the officials of judiciary from both sides, he added.
Giving details , Justice Syed Mansoor Ali Shah said that the written agreement between the Provincial Judiciary and Judiciary of England and Wales was finalized after the 9 member judiciary visit of UK in which the judicial system of Pakistan and UK were come under discussion and keeping in view the similarity in developing these system on modern lines and in accordance with the automation it was decided to institutionalize the agreement so that it could be properly followed by the officials of judiciary from both sides.
Although the Egyptian judiciary is in dire need of reform, neither judges nor civil society support these changes to the long-standing principle of seniority.
At the administrative level, the judiciary has its life blood, funding, supplied by the executive.