High Judicial Council

Develops policies; supervises judges and judicial staff; and regulates functions of courts of various levels. Courts adjudicate disputes and crimes, with the exception of those provided by a special law. The Council also:
 
  • Exercises judicial powers over all persons.
  • Builds and develops an effective and efficient judicial apparatus, which is capable of fulfilling relevant responsibilities, keeping pace with modern developments, and providing expedited and easy access to justice.