Judiciary of Kyrgyzstan

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The judicial system of Kyrgyzstan comprise a number of courts in a hierarchy:

In addition informal methods of dispute resolution judged by court elders (aksakals) exist outside of the formal legal hierarchy.[1] The Constitutional Court was abolished with the adoption of the 2010 Constitution and its powers transferred to the Supreme Court.

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  1. ^ a b Kyrgyzstan: The Challenge of Judicial Reform Crisis Group Asia Report N°150, 10 April 2008, p.3