Administrative Organization of The Courts of Justice

                        In administering personnel and budget of the Courts of Justice, the Office of the Judiciary has done through three separate Commissions, i.e., the Judicial Commission, the Judicial Administration Commission, and the Commission for Judicial Service. The Judicial Commission chaired by the President of the Supreme Court and mainly composed of theCommissioners elected from judges in all levels of the Courts of Justice deals with appointment, transfer, promotion and disciplines of judges whereas the Commission for Judicial Service chaired by the most senior Vice-President of the Supreme Court and mainly consisting of both the Commissioners appointed by the Judicial Commission from judges in all levels and the Commissioners elected from senior judicial service officers handles appointment, transfer, promotion and disciplines of judicial officers The Judicial Administration Commission chaired by the President of the Supreme Court and mainly composed of the Commissioners elected from judges in all levels of the Courts of Justice is mainly responsible for approving budget plan and managing the budget, issuing regulations and notification concerning administrative and secretarial works of the Office of the Judiciary. The law requires that each Commission must have at least certain number of Commissioners who are qualified persons and are not judges, to ersure accountability and transparency.