The judges Inquiry Bill 2006 : Report of the Parliamentary Standing committee-2007

The in-house procedure is essentially meant for disciplining the Judges, against whom complaints of judicial misconduct and misbehaviour were received. The in-house procedure rests on the premise that there may be complaints casting reflection on the independence and integrity of a Judge which is bound to have a prejudicial effect on the image of the higher judiciary. In the in-house procedure, a complaint against a judge is dealt with at an appropriate level within the institution. It is examined by his peers and no outside agency is involved, thus the independence of judiciary is maintained.

Relations between the executive, the judiciary and Parliament-Report with Evidence-26/07/2007

Constructive relationships between the three arms of government—the executive, the legislature and the judiciary—are essential to the effective maintenance of the constitution and the rule of law. In recent years, the character of these relationships has changed significantly, both because of changes in governance and because of wider societal change.

Legal Education in Bangladesh-Law Commission Report-2/12/2007

The Law Commission feels that there is a necessity to ensure modern and updated Legal Education to respond to the needs of modern society and economy. The Law Commission while undertaking the present work took different steps such as meeting stakeholders, collecting expert opinion and arranging regional conferences at different places of Bangladesh.

G8 Summit in Heiligendamm, Germany on 6-8 June 2007

We met at Heiligendamm to address key challenges of the world economy, climate
change and Africa. Under the core theme of the German G8 Presidency “Growth and
Responsibility” we addressed economic, social and environmental aspects of the
political shaping of globalization. In particular, we addressed the role of major emerging
economies in the world today. We agreed on the benefits of a closer cooperation.