Here the countries with the best judicial systems:
Every citizen of Denmark has a complicated relationship with their government’s power and with more people not trusting their parliament, but most citizens trust their judiciary systems. Since the year 1950, the country’s legal system has gone through many changes with major takeovers from the absolute independence of the judicial system from Denmark’s legislative branches. Ever since the change in its judicial systems, the country continues to innovate its systems by adding more courts to the judicial structure to meet the needs of the citizens. The courts opted to remove the court’s dependence from the ministry of defense, which the government body that oversaw this operation prior. Therefore, it is safe to say that amongst the Scandinavian countries, it has the most free-standing legal system.
The courts in Sweden are controlled by an executive branch of government known as the ministry of justice. Even though it is governed, the courts are independent to pass kind of judgment on their own without any outside influencers. The court has given the highest levels of transparency to the citizens, and another notable aspect of the justice system in Sweden is its criminal reform outlook. Their prisons are different from the ones in America as they focus more on rehabilitation than penitence. They believe it is wrong to punish the prisoner as imprisonment is already a punishment itself and due to this, they have reduced incarceration rates.
Finland operates with a little-complicated three-tier called the dual court system. It refers to the two hierarchies of the courts in its system. Similar to Sweden their central is governed by the body of the government known as the ministry of justice. What makes it different from Sweden is that gives sentences as well as draft legislation. There is a strong link between the judiciary and the executive branches of the Finland government. The constitution of Finland makes sure that the court is independent and there are many provisions to protect its autonomous judges. Due to the fact Finland is consensus democracy, every decision is discussed between the stakeholders that make the changes. The citizens of Finland are included in the judicial system and have a good trust with the court. The country ranks the highest criminal justice system in the world.
- THE NETHERLANDS-
This country follows a transparent court system. The international criminal court is in Hague and is keeping its standards; the country sticks to its high tribunal standards in the regular judicial system as well. The country has a very few judges with at least 14 per 100,000 residents, and it will take a minimum of 87 days to handle any trial in the country.