Traductions & exemples
expand_more Durant l'exercice de leur mandat ils sont en principe inamovibles et ne sont pas mutables.
Veuillez expliquer pourquoi les juges ne deviennent inamovibles qu'après 10 ans de carrière ?
La Constitution et la loi relative au statut des magistrats disposent que le magistrat du siège est inamovible.
Exemples d'usage pour « irremovable » en français
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EnglishJudges are irremovable from their office, seat and rank during their term of appointment.
EnglishDuring their period of office they are in principle irremovable and non-transferable.
EnglishPlease explain why judges become irremovable only after 10 years of service.
EnglishThey are irremovable and their salaries cannot be reduced for any reason.
EnglishI do not see why some members of the commission should be irremovable for a period of years."
EnglishThe Constitution and the Act on the status of judges provide that judges are irremovable.
EnglishAt present, all judges of the court throughout Romania, except for trainees, are irremovable.
EnglishArticle 116 of the Constitution stipulates that judges are independent, impartial and irremovable under the Law.
EnglishJudges are subject only to the law when exercising their duties and members of the judiciary are irremovable (arts.
EnglishHe has shown to us that, with commitment and strong will, no challenge is impossible and no obstruction is irremovable.
EnglishJudges are irremovable for the duration of their term of office and may not be transferred to another post without their consent.
EnglishThey are irremovable”.
EnglishJudges who are confirmed for two successive terms following their initial appointment are irremovable until the age of 75 years.
EnglishOnly the president and the 5 judges comprising the High Court and appointed by decree of President of the Federation are irremovable according to the Constitution.
EnglishFourth, an important component of judicial independence is the principle that judges shall be irremovable for the duration of their mandate to administer justice.