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How might the judiciary be different if judges served only limited terms?

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In a scenario where the judges would serve limited terms, they would probably become a political extension or a tool for the Presidents, and their channel to implement particular agendas. No wonder, when the Senate is a majority or a different party from the president, the appointed judges are more difficult to be agreed upon, since the Senate has the power to veto a judge appointed by the President.

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