"(10) Persons selected for judicial office shall be individuals of integrity and ability with appropriate training or qualification in law. Any method of judicial section shall safeguard against judicial appointments for improper motives...(11) The term of office for judges, their independence, security, adequate remuneration, conditions of service, pensions and the age of retirement shall be adequately secured by law. (12)Judges, whether appointed or elected, shall have guaranteed tenure until a mandatory retirement age or the expiry of their term of office, where such exists. (13) Promotion of judges, wherever such a system exists, should be based on objective factors, in particular ability, integrity and experience."
UNODC: Basic Principles on the Independence of the Judiciary, para. 10-13

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Basic Principles on the Independence of the Judiciary