“Judiciary” in the news
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· Peaceful protest or dangerous subversion: what China’s proposed national security laws mean for Hong Kong →
He says the new laws will require Hong Kong's judiciary to interpret them on a case-by-case basis.
· Romina Ashrafi: outcry in Iran over so-called 'honour killing' of 14-year-old girl →
Iran’s judiciary said Romina’s case would be tried in a special court.
· What do you do with a stolen Vincent van Gogh painting? →
Durham said that, growing up, a neighbour of his had been a Dutch criminal: Kees Houtman, who had returned two stolen van Goghs in his possession to the Dutch judiciary in 2005, hoping to get a lighter prison sentence in a drug smuggling case.
· Canadian court rules against Huawei exec fighting extradition →
He lamented last week that communist-led China “doesn't seem to understand” the meaning of an independent judiciary.
The New York Times
· Rosenstein to Testify on Russia Inquiry to Panel Led by Trump Ally →
Senator Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina and the chairman of the Judiciary Committee, invited Mr. Rosenstein to appear before the panel and said in a statement that he would be the first of several witnesses to testify about the investigation.
· Hong Kong no longer has autonomy under China, Pompeo says →
A free press and an independent judiciary are among the things currently allowed in the semi-autonomous city.
· Trump puts Obamagate theory centre stage in chaos over FISA reauthorisation →
The president's key allies in the House on such matters — ex-House Judiciary ranking member Doug Collins, current House Judiciary ranking member Jim Jordan, and others — reached a deal with Democrats months ago on a package to reauthorise FISA with certain reforms, civil protections, and legal reviews.
· Rod Rosenstein slated to testify before Senate Judiciary Committee →
Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has been scheduled to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on June 3 as part of the Republican-led inquiry into the origins of the Russia investigation, the panel announced Wednesday.
· Romina Ashrafi: 'Honour killing' sparks outcry in Iran →
Iran's judiciary said Romina's case will be tried in a special court.
The New York Times
· Pompeo Says Hong Kong No Longer Has Autonomy Under China →
Mr. Pompeo has said that would be a “death knell” for Hong Kong, which has had liberties under a semiautonomous system of governance that does not exist in mainland China, including freedoms of speech, the press and assembly, as well as an independent judiciary.