From February to April 2021, the USAID New Justice Program conducted a round of national surveys regarding trust and confidence in the judiciary, other branches of power and social institutes, judicial independence and accountability, perception of corruption in the judiciary, and readiness to report on it. These surveys are separate for specific groups of respondents including the general public, legal professionals who participated in court proceedings, who are not court’s employees (advocates and prosecutors), and judges.
In July 2021 the USAID New Justice Program published results of surveys of the general public and legal professionals who participated in court proceedings and are not judges or court staff, e.g., advocates and prosecutors.
In this publication, you may acknowledge yourselves with the results of the survey among judges. Overall, 559 judges from 129 courts participated from local courts, courts of appeals, and the Supreme Court. Courts were selected proportionally to instance, jurisdiction and region.
Besides, you may also read the renewed version of the presentation overview on all three surveys.
Overview of the Results of National Surveys of the Public, Judges and Justice Sector Professionals Participating in Court Proceedings Regarding Trust in the Judiciary, Judicial Independence and Accountability, Perception of and Reporting Corruption