Impartial, competent and efficient judiciaries are vital in addressing corruption. Both qualitative and quantitative aspects of performance should be considered when assessing the effectiveness of a judicial system in handling corruption cases. Trial monitoring can substantially enrich the evaluation and analysis of the judicial response to corruption.
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