THE COURTS

The courts administer justice and are the only unelected seat of power.

The courts are independent of the other entities that exercise power. Judges are not only independent, but also enjoy security of tenure (they cannot be removed from their post) and immune from personal liability (so that they can decide freely, in accordance with their conscience, and without any duty of accountability to other entities that exercise power). The courts' decisions override those of any other authority.

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