Thursday, December 27, 2007

Solicitor-General at Supreme Court Criticizes Attorney-General’s Office

J. Wortel, Solicitor-General at the Supreme Court, has criticized the Attorney-General’s Office due to its frequent appeals to the court, many of which have no chance to succeed. The Solicitor-General, who is an independent advisor to the Supreme Court, said that many appeals which have been submitted by the Attorney-General’s Office demonstrate, “insufficient insight into the substance” and cases “for which there is no support in the law and in jurisprudence.”

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