Acre 1291 by D.Nicolle

By D.Nicolle

Книга Osprey crusade №154. Acre 1291 Osprey crusade №154. Acre 1291 Книги Исторические Автор: D.Nicolle Формат: pdf Издат.:Osprey Страниц: ninety eight Размер: forty Mb ISBN: 084176 862 five Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Серия военныхкниг Campaignот Osprey.Скачать все ссылки (162книги, 5,7Gb) на серию Osprey crusade одним файлом:

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And court work was often hampered by the complex nature of the Oslo Agreements: execution officers could operate in areas under Israeli security control only by wearing civilian clothes and either coordinating their work with the Israelis or going without their knowledge (thus making a far less official—and imposing—appearance). With the administrative support for the courts overseen by the Ministry of Justice (reputed to be one of the most disorganized Palestinian ministries), it seemed unlikely that any improvements would take place in the short term.

49 First, task forces were to be established to develop a unified set of Palestinian law codes. This proved to be the most successful aspect of the project, with Gaza and West Bank legal experts drafting a set of law codes; between 1999 and 2002, a series of comprehensive codes governing criminal, civil, and personal status law were completed for submission to the PLC. Second, the project was to foster alternative dispute resolution. This proved more difficult, though a series of training workshops was held.

The Ministry of Justice struggled hard to fill positions of retiring judges; a significant increase in the judicial corps seemed out of its fiscal reach. Between sixty and seventy judges worked for the PNA. By contrast, Egypt, with a judicial system most participants regard as impossibly overburdened, has over one hundred times as many judges for a population approximately thirty times as large (with perhaps fifty times as many cases). At least according to one study, however, the results may have been less dire than many believed.

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