Thursday February 20, 2020

Ross wins, but we need judge vacancies filled

Ross would be wise not to overplay the ace in his hand against Fine Gael

27th November, 2016

Shane Ross should learn to be magnanimous in victory. To all intents and purposes he has won the battle for reform of judicial appointments.

Legislation is being drafted for the Department of Justice which will provide a suite of reforms effectively eradicating political cronyism from the appointments process.

There have been many false starts, but thanks to Ross’s dedication, a much-needed overhaul is imminent.

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