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War of the laws
Justice stuck in web of laws
27/12/2007

In legal trials, nothing is certain but expenses. On the contrary, even lawlessness happens at an expense…at the expense of hollowness in socio-economic fabric of a nation.

A scintillating example of the same is perhaps the Middle-Eastern countries which are almost at the verge of being broke, ethically of course… what with Israel being the 34th country in the Global Corruption Report, with Egypt scoring a CPI score of 3.4 in the TI’s Corruption Index Report (2005) out of 10, with Algeria acquiring a 3 out of 10 on Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index 2007, with Baluchistan being ravaged by increased lawlessness and with the other Middle-East and North Africa (MENA) countries like Iran, Iraq and Turkey emasculating from the same fate? Today these countries are in a predicament as to which law they adhere to. On one hand, it’s the Islamic Sharia law which beckons and on the other hand, the governance is dead.

Torn apart between the two, the nations get killed by parasite of corruption right at the threshold with Turkey still implementing capital punishment, with Egypt practicing Roman law along with the other laws and with civil law not recognised in Israel at all when it comes to deciding personal status. Plethora of laws get into warring mode.

By:- B&E
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