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Law in Afghanistan

a study of the Constitutions, Matrimonial Law and the judiciary
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Statementby Mohammad Hashim Kamali.
SeriesSocial, economic and political studies of the Middle East =, Études Sociales, économiques et politiques du Moyen Orient ;, v. 36, Social, economic, and political studies of the Middle East ;, v. 36.
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Paginationviii, 265 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL2306229M
ISBN 109004071288
LC Control Number86182044

The Rule of Law in Afghanistan: Missing in Inaction by Whit Mason (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.

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ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. User Review - Flag as inappropriate Having served as development specialist in the rule of law field in Afghanistan for decades, I've never even heard of the author, Whit Mason, until I stumbled onto his book on the matter, and was surprised that a book was written on the matter without my decade-long experience on the matter.

I then read large portions of the book, and then wondered to Reviews: 1. Book, Whole Citation(s): Mohammad Fahim Barmaki and Elite Legal Services, Ltd., Civil Law of the Republic of Afghanistan, Stanford Law School, Rule of Law Program, Afghanistan Legal Education Project (ALEP), Related Organization(s): Stanford Program in International and Comparative Law, Rule of Law Program.

current laws of Afghanistan and the legal system established by the Constitution. Taught by a well-qualified Afghan law professor, Mohammed Haroon Mutasem, the course relies upon two primary texts: the introductory textbook and a supplement containing various Afghan legal documents.

Professor. Although the rule of law in Afghanistan remains mostly just a goal, it is an indispensable goal. It also requires more than high sounding ideals—organization, resources, people, time, concepts, and much hard work are required to make progress in this critical line of effort.

Over the past year, we have. of Afghan laws. Books and articles explain the fundamentals of the current Afghan legal system. Online Directories and Collections Afghanistan Parliament, Afghanistan Parliament Legislative Tracking Service, Afghan Legal Info.

Inst., Afghan Laws, Mar. 31,Afghanistan Rising is a book Law in Afghanistan book should be engaged not only by scholars of Afghan or Ottoman history, but by anyone interested in the intricacies of Islamic law and the Reviews: 1.

Approximately law books that were collected by the Committee on Rule of Law promotion in Afghanistan (CRLA) have arrived at their destination.

These law books were donated to the library of Kunduz University. The shipment and the distribution of the books was made possible thanks to the the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and [ ]. 5 Books on Afghanistan Worth Your Time. 01/23/ pm ET Updated Angela finds new strength, becomes more accepted and befriends both her interpreter Rahim and a young Afghan woman law student, Nilofar.

Through their friendship, Angela sees the hard reality of being a woman in Afghan society. While out in the countryside. Afghanistan (1st Edition), Property Law of Afghanistan (1st Edition), Legal Ethics in Afghanistan (1st Edition).

Text-books addressing Legal Methods: Thinking Like a Lawyer, Legal Methods: Legal Practice, and a new version of Public International Law are forthcoming. Many of the ALEP textbooks have been translated into the na - tive Dari and. Many Afghan power holders – from President Karzai downwards – benefit from a patronage based system.

It enables them to buy and maintain loyalty. Corruption is an integral part of such a system. So implementing proper rule of law reforms, including the establishment of an effective justice sector, is an existential threat to these interests.

CIVIL LAW OF THE REPUBLIC OF AFGHANISTAN. INTRODUCTORY TITLE. CHAPTER 1—APPLICATION OF THE LAW. PART 1—THE LAW AND RIGHT. TOPIC 1—SCOPE OF APPLICATION OF THE LAW. Article 1: (1) In cases where the law has a provision, the practice of religious jurisprudence is not permitted.

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Provisions of this Act are applicable in letter and spirit. Presidential Decree of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan concerning enforcement of the Labor Law of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.

On the basis of the Council of Ministers Resolution # (), dated 15/05/, I hereby approve the Labor Law of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan. The Ministry of Justice was charged with compiling Afghan laws and assessing their compatibility with international standards, but even it did not have texts of Afghan laws, which were largely unavailable, even among attorneys, judges, law faculty, and government agencies.

While in power, the Taliban burned law books. The Rule of Law in Afghanistan: Key Findings from report represents the experiences and perceptions of more t Afghans interviewed over five the report. The Rule of Law in Afghanistan: Key Findings from by the World Justice Project (WJP) presents a unique portrait of the rule of law in Afghanistan through survey data collected from the general.

Afghanistan, regardless of the careers they choose to pursue. It should be noted at the outset that Islamic Law guides all aspects of Afghan criminal law, from the Constitution to the Criminal Code and its individual statutes. Therefore, this textbook would not be complete without a discussion of Islamic Law.

Overview This section lists references that encompass several areas of Afghan law. Since these references cover a broader survey of Afghan law, they necessarily go into less depth.

Thus, they provide ideal introductions to the Afghan legal system. This section focuses upon current law.

For Afghan legal history, see section 3 of this bibliography. Jump to specific sections of the bibliography using the Afghan Law dropdown menu in the navigation bar, above, or click on one of the sections below: 1. Afghan Law, in General. Online Directories and Collections Books Articles.

Islamic Law, in General. Fundamentals of Islamic Law. Books Articles. Islamic Legal History (all books). Law in Afghanistan: A Study of the Constitutions, Matrimonial Law and the Judiciary Volume 36 of Social, Economic and Political Studies of the Middle East and Asia, No Author: Mohammad Hashim Kamali: Publisher: BRILL, ISBN:Length: pages: Subjects.

An introductory text to train law students in Afghanistan, created by the Afghanistan Legal Education Project (ALEP) at Stanford Law School. First edition was drafted by Stanford Law students Alexander K.

Benard, Jason T. Berg, Benjamin G. Joseloff, Anne Stephens, Eli Sugarman; Max Rettig joined the founding members for the revised edition.

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These topic pages provide a quick overview and easy access to all content that can be found on ACE for any give topic of interest - weather encyclopaedia files, electoral materials, comparative data, consolidated replies, case studies, or other.

Just as the world's eyes are turning towards Afghanistan once again, a few conservative Afghan lawmakers are trying to pass a law that would, amongst other things, legalize marital rape, prohibit women from leaving the home without permission, deny them the right of inheritance, force a woman to "preen for her husband as and when he desires," and set the minimum female marital age.

Establishing the rule of law in Afghanistan (OCoLC) Online version: Miller, Laurel (Laurel E.). Establishing the rule of law in Afghanistan. Washington, DC: United States Institute of Peace, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet.

Afghanistan Civil Service Law – Sept 2. Article of civil cod valium number one - ET 3. Civil Code – ET 4. Civil Code - ET 5. Civil Law of the Republic of Afghanistan – ET 6.

Civil Procedure Code - DO 7. Civil Procedure Code - ET 8. Law on Procedure for Obtaining Rights Hoqooq Regulations - ET 9.

This is not the case with Afghanistan even though it is a civil law country. Rarely do professors take part in the ongoing discourse on legal reform in Afghanistan. There is a huge absence of scholarly literature and commentary on legal matters in Afghanistan. Afghanistan has a parallel system of legal education.

Republic of Afghanistan, in order to regulate educational affairs in the country. Objectives Article Two: The main objectives of this law are as fallow: 1- Ensure equal rights of education and training for the citizens of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan through promotion and development of universal, balanced and equitable educational manner.

41 books 52 voters list created September 16th, by deleted user. Tags: afghanistan, central-asian-fiction, literary-fiction, south-asian-fiction 11 likes Like. Unofficial English translation of the Water Law as published in the Ministry Justice Official Gazette No. (), 26 April In the Name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate.

Water Law Chapter One General Provisions Preamble Article One: This law is to enforce the principles of Article Nine of The Constitution of Afghanistan. Law on Elimination of Violence against Women (EVAW) Chapter One General Provisions Basis Article 1 This law has been enacted in accordance with the provisions set forth in Articles 24 and 54 of the Afghan Constitution.

Objectives Article 2 This law has the following objectives: 1. Transboundary Water in Afghanistan is a book designed to include the latest information on the vital water supplies that emanate from the Hindu Kush to flow outward to the neighboring countries. Throughout the course of writing this book the authors have been involved with a variety of comprehensive scientific seminars, delivery of papers, and.

Afghanistan’s constitution provides for a unitary state, headed by a directly elected president, with significant checks from the parliament and a wide range of rights guaranteed to citizens. However, an insurgency waged by Islamist militants has undermined the writ of the state in much of the rural hinterland, severely restricting the franchise.The book looks at the role of the CIA’s role in Afghanistan, and explains how Osama bin Laden rose to power and why the Taliban has not yet been defeated.

It also gives a history of the conflict in Afghanistan during the 10 years that Russia was at war in the area, and the role the CIA played in their own covert operations against Russian.4.

The international community's failures in Afghanistan Francesc Vendrell The rule of law and the weight of politics: challenges and trajectories William Maley Human security and the rule of law: Afghanistan's experience Shahmahmood Miakhel-- Part III.

The Political Economy of Opium: 7. The Afghan insurgency and organised crime.