More Rumblings about Justice Bhandari’s “Election” to the ICJ

Justice Dalveer Bhandari’s election as Judge of the International
Court of Justice has thrown up problematic questions of propriety and
legality. Raag Yadava’s earlier post
highlighted the plausible deficiencies of the process of selection; in
the op-ed page in yesterday’s Hindu, Arghya Sengupta looks at judicial independence
concerns regarding Justice Bhandari’s nomination and subsequent election
to the ICJ and how they demonstrate or perhaps reflect the falling
standards of propriety in public life in India. 
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