Data

Name: Power Indicator: Does the head of state/government have override powers for Supreme Court Decisions?

Description: OECD's work is based on continued monitoring of events in member countries as well as outside OECD area, and includes regular projections of short and medium-term economic developments. The OECD Secretariat collects and analyses data, after which committees discuss policy regarding this information, the Council makes decisions, and then governments implement recommendations.

Source: OECD

Country ISO A3 Year Notes Does The Head Of State/government Have Override Powers For Supreme Court Decisions?
Australia AUS 2017 0
Austria AUT 2017 0
Belgium BEL 2017 0
Brazil BRA 2017 0
Canada CAN 2017 0
Switzerland CHE 2017 0
Chile CHL 2017 1
Colombia COL 2017 0
Czech Republic CZE 2017 0
Germany DEU 2017 0
Denmark DNK 2017 0
Spain ESP 2017 0
Estonia EST 2017 0
Finland FIN 2017 0
France FRA 2017 0
United Kingdom GBR 2017 0
Greece GRC 2017 0
Hungary HUN 2017 0
Indonesia IDN 2017 0
India IND 2017 0
Ireland IRL 2017 0
Iceland ISL 2017 0
Israel ISR 2017 0
Italy ITA 2017 0
Japan JPN 2017 0
Kenya KEN 2017 0
South Korea KOR 2017 0
Luxembourg LUX 2017 0
Latvia LVA 2017 0
Mexico MEX 2017 0
Nigeria NGA 2017 0
Netherlands NLD 2017 0
Norway NOR 2017 0
New Zealand NZL 2017 0
Philippines PHL 2017 0
Poland POL 2017 0
Portugal PRT 2017 0
Rwanda RWA 2017 0
Saudi Arabia SAU 2017 1
Slovakia SVK 2017 0
Slovenia SVN 2017 0
Sweden SWE 2017 0
United States of America USA 2017 0
South Africa ZAF 2017 0