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Government, Judiciary

exclusive powers, review powers, Judicial Service Commission, district courts, court of appeal

The Sri Lankan judiciary consists of a Supreme Court, the court of appeal, the High Court, district courts, magistratesí courts, and primary courts. The chief justice of the supreme court and two subordinate justices appointed by the president make up the Judicial Service Commission, which has appellate and review powers in criminal cases and exclusive powers in the most serious criminal offenses.



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