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- Impartiality: The judiciary should be free and impartial in passing judgment of any kind.
- Permanence: The judiciary stays while the legislature and executive come and go.
- Political Neutrality: The judiciary should be neutral in politics. The judges can vote but should not engage in partisan politics.
- Reconciliation: The judiciary reconciles disagreement between the other two arms of government whenever there is problem.
- Longevity of judicial offices: There should be security of tenure for the judges.
- Independence: The judiciary should be independent from the absolute control of either the executive or the legislature.