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It's entirely normal and proper. It isn't required but the oath is often taken at the White House, so if the President is in Washington they would normally attend. If they are not in Washington they may choose to return or not. But there's no constitutional requirement for anyone but the confirmee and a person to administer the oath. GW Bush was present at ...


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The Council of Europe reported that: On 11 June, the Constitutional Court of Ukraine declared unconstitutional Article 375 of the Ukrainian Criminal Code, which provided for the liability of judges for the “delivery of a knowingly unfair judgment”. So Judges could not be held liable for their own judgments. Then according to JKRINFORM, On October 27, the ...


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