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A Legal Database [Arabic]. 2006
The Iraqi Legal Database was developed by the United Nations Development Programme, through the Programme on Governance in the Arab Region, and with the support of both UNDP-Iraq and the Iraqi High Judicial Council. The Database gathers all the legal laws, regulations, orders, etc. that has been published in the Iraqi Official Gazette since it was first launched in the 1920s. The project to complete the Iraqi Legal Database entered its third and final stage in September 2008.
Global Justice Project: Iraq [English][Arabic].
The Global Justice Project: Iraq provides advisory and capacity-building assistance to the Government of Iraq in support of judicial independence and constitutional and legislative development. GJPI is committed to the rule of law and a democratic, stable Iraq.
Iraq Body Count [English].
A non-profit organization reporting civilian deaths resulting from the war against Iraq in 2003.
Iraqi Special Tribunal [English][Arabic].
The Iraqi Special Tribunal was established according to the statute no. (1) dated 10.12.2003 enacted by the Iraqi Governing Council. The tribunal was recognizing the wishes of the Iraqi people to establish a legal instrument suitable for proving their rights and uncovering the truth about what happened during the past years.
Supreme Judicial Council [Arabic].
The Judicial Council was reorganized by order No. (35) of 2003 and was renamed Supreme Judicial Council. The Council supervises the judicial system in Iraq independently of the Ministry of Justice. Its functions include: administrative supervisionh of judges and all members of public prosecutions, except members of the court of cassation. The Council also hears professional misbehaviour claims against judges and members of public prosecution. It also nominates qualified individuals for occupying judicial posts or as members of public prosecution. The Council promotes, upgrades, seconds or transfer judges and members of public prosecution. The head of the Supreme Judicial Council is Mr. Midhat Al-Mahmoud.
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