Judicial Control of Public Administration in Afghanistan

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Mirwais Ayobi

A Contextual Analysis

ISBN 978-3-643-91393-7
Band-Nr. 308
Jahr 2021
Seiten 282
Bindung broschiert
Reihe Juristische Schriftenreihe


Judicial control of public administration is essential for the realisation of the rule of law and democracy. To date, there is virtually no effective judicial protection in Afghanistan. However, a study of Afghan legal history suggests that the country has certain – currently underdeveloped – institutions that could be used as the basis for the creation of judicial control. Based on a historical study, the book elaborates the pluralist legal culture of Afghanistan, rooted in tribal and Islamic legal conceptions alongside a State legal system. The author proposes practical solutions for the development of judicial control of public administration in Afghanistan.

Dr. Mirwais Ayobi has more than a decade of experience as an assistant professor of law and political science in Afghanistan. His work focuses on administrative law, constitutional law, public administration and judicial review.