Decree n° 95/048 of 8 Mars 1995 on the statute of Magistracy (Section II): they are civil servants, holders of Master in Law and graduates of the national School of administration and magistracy (ENAM), Magistracy Section of the Judicial Division with at least 15 years of experience.
Decree n° 95/048 of 8 Mars 1995 on the statute of Magistracy: Section 15:
Decree n° 95/048 of 8 Mars 1995 on the statute of Magistracy: Section 16:
Section 40 of the Constitution, Section 38 of law n° 2006/016 of 29 December 2006 fixing the organization and functioning of the Supreme Court:
Organisation of Court system:
Section 40 of the Constitution.
It is the highest jurisdiction in administrative matters. It has sovereign powers
Powers of the judge:
Annulment, reversal, compensation
Pending the setting up of the courts created by law n° 2006/022 of 29 December 2009, section 119 of this same law provides that the Administrative Bench of the Supreme Court shall continue to hear and determine all matters relating to administrative litigations. To this effect, magistrates who have heard a matter at first instance no longer take part in hearing it on appeal.
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