Tuesday, September 27, 2016

End of military courts in Kyrgyzstan?

This article suggests that Kyrgyzstan may be on the path to abolishing separate military courts. Excerpt:
MPs are considering amendments to the law on the status of judges. It provides a complete rejection of the military courts. The initiators believe that the work load of military judges is small and their salaries are higher than that of the servants of Themis in local courts.

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