Law and judiciary

Law and judiciary
One side of the Square building, High Court Burma. Photo by Rockrangoon, taken 2 February 2012, via Wikimedia Commons. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0.

There are many similarities in the structure and establishment of courts, laws and judiciaries across the Lower Mekong, despite their differences in types of government (republics, socialist, constitutional monarchy, etc). They also face some of the same challenges in adherence to rule of law, and ...

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