How far should the assets of Judges be disclosed to the public? Judges discuss during UNODC Global Judicial Integrity Network Webinar

The Webinar saw the participation of Chief Justice Duro Sessia from Croatia; Former Judge, Aneta Arnaudovska from North Macedonia and former Indian Supreme Court Judge, Justice (retd.) Madan Lokur.
How far should the assets of Judges be disclosed to the public? Judges discuss during UNODC Global Judicial Integrity Network Webinar

A webinar on “Financial Disclosure System for Judges” by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Global Judicial Integrity Network saw judges from three different countries express their views on how far judges must be made obligated to disclose their financial assets in the interest of guarding against judicial corruption.

The Webinar saw the participation of Chief Justice Duro Sessia, Judiciary of Croatia, Former President of the Consultative Council of European Judges; Aneta Arnaudovska, former Judge from North Macedonia, Expert at the Regional Anticorruption Initiative and former Indian Supreme Court Judge, Justice (retd.) Madan Lokur, who presently serves a Judge of the Supreme Court of Fiji.

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