The High Council of Justice will interview those candidates who will be eligible for the Justice School today to be appointed judges in the future.
Non-judge members of the Council indicate the shortcomings of the interview process and say that the system needs reform. The interview will be held in closed regime today. 122 candidates of the Council have applied. There are 20 vacant seats in the Justice School.
"One year they have to study at school, but we do not know whether they will be judges. Many times it is said that this system needs reform.
Interview should be carried out so that not one judge will be able to monopolize the interview, "Anna Dolidze, the non-judge of the Supreme Council of Justice says.