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Stera Mahkama

Stera Mahkama (Pashto: ستره محكمه) or the Afghan Supreme Court is the court of last resort in Afghanistan.

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Organisation and Jurisdiction of the Newly Established Afghan
In AfghAnIsTAn, gIrls As young As 8 CAn BE forCEd InTo mArrIAgE
Feb 28, 2011 the constitution and decide other weighty matters. The Stera Mahkama(supreme. Court) heads the JudICIAl.
Afghanistan Public Administration Profile
The judicial branch consists of the Supreme Court (Stera Mahkama), Appeal Courts and Primary Courts.
COUNTRY FACT SHEET
The judiciary comprises the Supreme Court (Stera Mahkama), appeals courts and primary courts.
Appraisal of Extended Rule of Law Project in Faryab, Afghanistan
Oct 26, 2010 Finally, the Supreme Court (Stera Mahkama) in Kabul had powers to review all lower-level decisions.

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Afghanistan's Wartime Economy (2001-2014). The Devastating Impacts of IMF
Extreme controversies about fraud have surrounded these elections and the intuitions of Parliament and the Stera Mahkama ( Supreme Court) failed to look in to the controversies and claims of fraud to resolve them. But, the candidates that would not get ...

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Afghan Supreme Court - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stera Mahkama (Pashto: ستره محكمه) or the Afghan Supreme Court is the court of last resort in Afghanistan.
Stera Mahkama Afghanistan | Facebook
Stera Mahkama Afghanistan is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Stera Mahkama Afghanistan and others you may know.
The Afghanistan Embassy - The Judiciary
Azimi, Abdul Salam Prof. - Database - Who is who in Afghanistan?
Mar 9, 2011 (200605), Prof. Abdul Salam Azimi Supreme Court Chief Justice Stera Mahkama (2007 - ) Prof.
Judicial Power and Branches « ALCP
The Judicial branch is composed of the Stera Mahkama, which is the The constitution establishes a nine-member Stera Mahkama headed by a chief justice .

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