The Union Judiciary Law

Union of Myanmar
The State Peace and Development Council
The Union Judiciary Law
( The State Peace and Development Council Law No. 20  / 2010  )
The    5th Waning  Day of Thadingyut, 1372  M.E.
(  28th October,  2010    )    

Preamble
    Since it is provided in Section 443 of the Constitution of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar that the State Peace and Development Council shall carry out the necessary preparatory works to implement the Constitution, it has become necessary to enact the relevant laws to enable performance of the legislative, administrative and judicial functions of the Union smoothly, to enable performance of works that are to be carried out when the various Hluttaws come into existence and to enable performance of the preparatory works in accord with law.
    As such, the State Peace and Development Council hereby enacts this Law in accord with section 443 of the Constitution of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, in order to implement the judicial works smoothly in accord with the Constitution of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar.
 

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