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Bridging Modernity and Tradition: The Rule of Law and the Search for Justice.

Hamidzada, Humayun
June 4, 2015

Source: (2007) Kabul, Afghanistan: Center for Policy and Human Development Kabul University.

Bridging Modernity and Tradition argues that the rule of law in Afghanistan must be widely accepted, enforceable, and consistent with internationally accepted norms of human rights. It suggests that in Afghanistan, this can be achieved by combining the best practices of the traditional institutions of justice with the strengths of the modern justice system. (excerpt)


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