Judiciary

Judiciary

Judiciary has a supreme power of Nepal. There are 3 steps of courts in Nepal are Supreme Court, Appeal court and District court. The Supreme Court explains the conflicts in Nepal Laws. Legally addressed version of the Supreme Court are taken as new rule and implemented as well. Chief Justice is appointed by the King on recommendation of the Constitutional Council and the other judges are also appointed by the king on the recommendation of the Judicial Council.

The nascent move towards representative democracy has been suspended by King Gyanendra and quickly dissolved the parliament and institute martial law in 2002. Maoist rebellion has been escalating since 1996. They announced the people’s war against the government and the political system of Nepal. Since the ascension of King Gyanendra, the government has been attempting to exercise more control over the rebels and to accelerate development activities.

Judicial branch

Supreme Court or Sarbochha Adalat (chief justice is appointed by the monarch on recommendation of the Constitutional Council; the other judges are appointed by the monarch on the recommendation of the Judicial Council)

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