The Judiciary

Article 64  [Judgments]
Judgments are rendered in the name of the People and in the name of the President of the Republic.
Article 65  [Independence of Judiciary]
The judiciary is independent; the magistrates in the exercise of their functions are not subjected to any authority other than the law.
Article 66  [Nomination of Magistrates]
Magistrates are nominated by decree of the President of the Republic upon the recommendation of the Superior Conncil of the Magistrature.  The modalities of their recruitment are determined by law.
Article 67
The Superior Conncil of the Magistrature, whose composition and attributions are determined by law, watches over the application of the guarantees accorded to magistrates in the matter of nomination, advancement, transfer, and discipline.