Court of Justice

However, unlike its predecessor “the Permanent Court of International Justice” the International Court of Justice is better with regard to good governance and policies toward economical issues (Jennings, p. 493, 1995) which gives us much area to investigate for our concerns. Yet this court has to be critically evaluated for the issues of good governance because there have been controversies in proceedings in the international court in the recent past because of some law regulation that created air of distrust in such countries like Libya, Malta, Tunisia.

It was due to Articles 62 and 63 for “the procedure of third-party intervention” in judicial systems. This all according to Chinkin affected the feasibility of international court which, as such, had been “underutilized” (p. 495, 1989). This frustration caused the policymakers to bring amendments in the in the mentioned articles. Looking into a study conducted to examine local justice research in Canada reveals that there are a number of issues in good governance and economical development.

According to Phillip (1999) it’s only by the close of the twentieth century that justice research was done. This has major implication to link justice with economical investigation because as Phillip notes the neo-liberals demand that the government provide much better policies for good governance and better economical justice to the citizens whether or not being treated in the courtrooms and that should be under “close political control and direction” (p. 179).

What is important to note here is that good governance in courtrooms and better economical conditions in this regard are not solely the matter of policy making or general consciousness; in fact, it is to be taken in the broader sense linking it to the overall performance of a political system which is to control the very area with sound progress on its way.

Human right watch in this area is very critical because better economy and good governance in courtrooms or elsewhere must only focus the betterment of human being both in general and in particular. In this connection, Green and Ward note that the link between legitimacy and human right is something that is given preference by “natural law theorists” and which is to be the focus of all policy-making in terms of good governance and better economic justice for each person in a state whether being or not being treated in the courts.

(Green, P. J. , & Green Ward, T. , p. 101, 2000). Moreover, private judging or “unpublication” or “depublication” or “stipulated withdrawal” are current problems that the US government in general and the entire US population are facing in particular. Due to this policy, critics have raised high concerns with regard to good governance and good economical aspect in the courtrooms and elsewhere that seem to hamper the entire system in the long run and on the hidden scale.

As such according to Pether (p. 1435, 2004), this all is hampering saying the truth in the courtrooms which is simply not the good governance in the courtrooms. This practice is “a symptom of the corruption” which is to influence judicial system as well like the selection of jury and verdicts reached by a jury. Hence a jury with these “discriminatory practices, [is] something that an ethical judiciary must be forever on guard against” (p. 1435).