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Government, Judiciary

independent judiciary, Military Court, Constitutional Court, highest court, high courts

The constitution provides for an independent judiciary. The Supreme Court is the highest court in Tajikistan. Other high courts include the Supreme Economic Court and the Constitutional Court. The president appoints the judges of these three courts, with the approval of the legislature. Other courts include the Military Court, the courts of the Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Province, and local courts. The judges of all courts are appointed to five-year terms.



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independent judiciary, Military Court, Constitutional Court, highest court, high courts, local courts, Supreme Court, legislature, judges, approval, Tajikistan, president

 
 

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