The central government is planning to tell the Supreme Court that the criteria for selection of judges to the higher judiciary should be detailed and be available in the public domain, reported the Times of India. The Centre will not seek a review of the Supreme Court’s judgment on Friday striking down the National Judicial Appointments Commission Act, which gave the government a say in the selection of higher judiciary judges, as unconstitutional. The law ministry will, however, file a detailed response to the court’s invitation for suggestions to improve the reinstated collegium system, in which only judges make the appointments.