Attachment XVII. The Source of "Judges" who Respond to the Needs of Universal Justice in All Countries" in Comparison with the "Constitutional Standards"

(Required for consolidation of Permanent Peace: in § 27 of the Constitutional Standards: half of all judges shall come from different countries on the five continents) 

Nation

Score

Reason

CSPP

Score

China

0

There is no constitutional justice

CSPP §27

Full marks

India

0

India Constitution § 124.1: Judges may not be of foreign nationality

CSPP §27

Full marks

United States

0

US Constitution § 2.2. 1 Judges may not be of foreign nationality

CSPP §27

Full marks

Indonesia

0

Indonesia Constitution § 24C. 3: Judges must not be of foreign nationality.

CSPP §27

Full marks

Pakistan

0

Pakistan Constitution § 176, § 177, 175 Judges shall not be of foreign nationality

CSPP §27

Full marks

Brazil

0

Brazil Constitution 104: Judges may not be of foreign nationality

CSPP §27

Full marks

Nigeria

0

Nigeria Constitution 230: Judges may not be of foreign nationality

CSPP §27

Full marks

Bangladesh

0

Bangladesh Constitution § 94: Judges may not be of foreign nationality.

CSPP §27

Full marks

Russia

0

Russia Constitution § 83, § 125, § 128. Judges may not be of foreign nationality

CSPP §27

Full marks

Mexico

0

Mexico Constitution § 89.18: Judges may not be of foreign nationality.

CSPP §27

Full marks

Japan

0

Japan Section 6 of the Constitution: Judges may not be of foreign nationality

CSPP §27

Full marks

Philippines

0

Philippines Constitution Section 8.9: Judges may not be of foreign nationality

CSPP §27

Full marks

Egypt

0

Egypt Constitution § 193: Judges may not be of foreign nationality

CSPP §27

Full marks

Ethiopia

0

Ethiopia Constitution § 82, § 83: Judges may not be of foreign nationality

CSPP §27

Full marks

Vietnam

0

Vietnam Constitution §70.2: Judges shall not be of foreign nationality

CSPP §27

Full marks

DRCongo

0

DRCongo Constitution § 158: Judges may not be of foreign nationality

CSPP §27

Full marks

Iran

0

Iran Constitution §67: Judges may not be of foreign nationality

CSPP §27

Full marks

Germany

0

Basic Law for the Federal Republic of Germany § 94.1: Judges may not be of foreign nationality

CSPP §27

Full marks

Republic of Turkey

0

Turkey Constitution § 146: Judges may not be of foreign nationality

CSPP §27

Full marks

France

0

France Constitution §56: Judges may not be of foreign nationality

CSPP §27

Full marks

Republic of Korea

30

South Korea Constitution §101.2: The qualifications of judges shall be determined by law

CSPP §27

Full marks

Australia

100

Australia Constitution §72: does not restrict dual nationality

CSPP §27

Full marks

Taiwan

0

Taiwan Citizenship Law § 10 No public officials of foreign nationality

CSPP §27

Full marks

Conclusion: One of the elements of permanent peace is the source of judges: by reference to the International Court of Justice Treaty § 3, it consists of fifteen members, of whom no two may be nationals of the same State. The only criterion for justice to persuade domestic and international parties to safeguard universal justice and human order is comparison with international courts, which is also a necessary condition for liberating the last 56 autocratic shackles on humanity.