magistrature magistrature


  • (n) the position of magistrate


  1. Today, the underpaid magistrature has become the refuge of law graduates who fear failure as lawyers, and the juge d'instruction is the lowest rung on the judicial ladder.
  2. He has insisted that he would never again accept a ''temporary magistrature.


  1. "I do not know how we will be able to repair the damage. We cannot say it was simply the fault of one or two people. That would be easy - we would just have to sack them. For us, the magistrature, the work is just beginning," Bot said.
    on Dec 1, 2005 By: Yves Bot Source: Times Online

  2. "In the next three years we will pass a large, radical reform of the judicial system because the magistrature is now putting our democracy in danger," Berlusconi said today after a Cabinet meeting in Rome.
    on Mar 19, 2010 By: Silvio Berlusconi Source: BusinessWeek

  3. (AGI) - Rome, Nov 15 - "Football must find solutions, but if others, politics, magistrature, police don't do the same, I don't believe it will be sufficient" said Milan CEO Adriano Galliani.
    on Nov 15, 2007 By: Adriano Galliani Source: Agenzia Giornalistica Italia

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