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Nicaragua has a centralized judicial system with federal control over all courts. The system is headed by a 12-member Supreme Court, nominated by the president and approved by the assembly. The Supreme Court selects the judges for all lower courts. The Supreme Courtís powers include the authority to determine the constitutionality of laws and to resolve disputes between government branches.



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