The Purpose of the Committee

The Canadian Committee For Constitutional Courts is dedicated to the creation of an independent and competent justice system in Canada that meets the express and mandatory requirements of the Canadian Constitution, the United Nations Univeral Declaration of Human Rights and the United Nations Covenant on Political and Civil Rights.

Proposals For Reform

Scroll down to bottom of blog for Proposals For Reform by the Canadian Committee for Constitutional Courts that have been send to Prime Minister Harper and Justice Richard Wagner who recenlty expressed concerns about Canada's system of justice.

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Supreme Court of Canada Building in Ottawa 
The Canadian Committee For Constitutional Courts was initially estblished as an ad hoc committee in 1999 to address the issue of the heightened politicization of the Canadian court sytem and judiciary during the political regime of Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien (1993 to 2003) when several politically appointed Chief Justices were observed to be involved in the cover up of crimes by high level political figures in Canada.

Canada's Constitution has adopted the English model for its justice system. 

The English model was established in the 1400's in England and, with some minor modifications, continues as the primary civil and criminal dispute resolution system in the English speaking countries of the world to this very day.

The politicization of the judiciary has been a continuing issue for the countries of the Anglosphere and was a key factor in many historical events including the Magna Carta in 1215, the American Revolution, in 1776, and the Canadian Rebellions of the 1830's.

In addition to undue political influence in Canada's court system there are problems of independence that arise from the nature of Canada's legal profession, the continuing infiltration of the courts by Fremasonry and other organized crime groups and the influence of public sector unions that control many court positions.     

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