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In Italy, prosecutors have no hierarchical ties with the Minister of Justice and enjoy the same independent status as judges: they can easily switch between prosecutorial and judicial positions. In the majority of the other European countries, the office of public prosecutor is completely separate from the judiciary and has ties with the government for the definition of prosecution policies. In Great Britain, government agencies administer and run most courts. In England and Wales, the organization of the police into 43 semi-autonomous forces hindered coordination and led to the establishment in 1986 of the Crown Prosecution Service as an independent national prosecuting agency.

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