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Chief Clerk of the Supreme Court of the State of Israel is asked to comment on the nature of her appointment, certification procedures of the Court

Both the appointment of Chief Clerk Sarah Lifschitz and the certification procedures of electronic records of the Supreme Court have been most likely left in 'deliberations' for years. Conditions, now prevailing in the electronic records of the Supreme Court, are alleged as serious Human Rights violations of all, who reside in the State of Israel. Effectively, such conditions amount to the establishment of a simulated justice system, a mirror copy of conditions, which had been established in the United States years earlier. Human Rights Alert concludes that nations, who are parties to the Hague Apostille Convention (1961), and others, should re-assess any faith and credit, which are given to legal public records originating in the State of Israel.
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Added: Mar-29-2012 Occurred On: Mar-29-2012
By: HumanRightsAlert
Other Middle East
Tags: Chief Clerk, Sarah Lifschitz, Supreme Court, State of Israel
Location: Jerusalem, Yerushalayim, Israel (load item map)
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