Public opinion in Albania fears that, for some years, the justice system is going to be blocked from the dismissal coming out from the vetting process: However it is not good news for the principle of the rule of law not to have institutions that judge the executive power and the parliament from the civil, administrative, criminal and constitutional limb, it is neither good news for the principle of the rule of law to have non independent and corrupted judges who's duties are to judge the way the executive or legislative power of the States do their constitutional missions. Someone will suggest that the vetting process must not work in a way that blocks the justice system. Some other suggest that, if the justice system is not independent and is corrupted, then it is better not to have one at all. This is the Albanian's people dilemma in the XXI century, a Shakespeare's dilemma: “to have or not to have a justice system”.
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