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Constitution of Jordan – 6: The Judiciary

CHAPTER SIX THE JUDICIARY Article 97 Judges are independent, and in the exercise of their judicial functions they are subject to no authority other than that of the law.   Article 98 Judges of the Civil and Sharia Courts shall be appointed and dismissed by a Royal Decree in accordance with the provisions of the [...]

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Constitution of Tunisia (2008) – 4: The Judicial Power

CHAPTER FOUR THE JUDICIAL POWER Article 64 Judgments shall be pronounced in the name of the people and shall be executed in the name of the President of the Republic. Article 65 The judicial power shall be independent; in the exercise of their functions the judges and prosecutors shall only be subject to the authority [...]

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Constitution of Egypt – 10: Combat Terrorism

CHAPTER VI – Terrorism Combat (Article 179): The State shall work to safeguard the general discipline and security in the face of the dangers of terror. The law shall regulate the provisions related to the measures of conclusion and investigation necessary for combating those dangers under the supervision of the Judiciary in a way that [...]

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Constitution of Jordan (1952)

Sections: Preamble The State and Systems of Government Rights and Duties of Jordanians Powers: General Provisions The Executive Power The Legislative Power The Judiciary Financial Matters General Provisions Enforcement and Repeal of Laws Download the Constitution in Arabic Download the Constitution in English

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Constitution of Afghanistan

Sections: 1: State 2: Fundamental Rights and Duties of Citizens 3: The President 4: Government 5: National Assembly 6: Loya Jirga 7: The Judiciary 8: Administration 9: State of Emergency 10: Amendments 11: Miscellaneous Provisions 12: Transitional Provisions Download the Constitution in English Download the Constitution in Dari Pashto

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