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"Comparison on formation of courts between Myanmar and India Constitution"
- In Myanmar, the current Constitution is the Constitution of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar 2008. It had been enacted by the State Peace and Development Council on 29th May 2008 and came into force the day that the first conference of the Pyidaungsu Hluttaw held. According to the current Constitution 2008, the Supreme Court of the Union of Myanmar is the highest court and the lowest court is the Township Court .There are High Courts of the Region and High Courts of the State in each State and Region .District Courts are formed in evey District.Under this Constitution ,the Constitutional Tribunal has been formed separately. In India ,the current Constitution is the Constitution of the Sovereign Democratic Republic of India,1949.It had been enacted by the Constituent Assembly on 26thNovember 1949.According to the Constitution 1949,the Supreme Court formerly called the Federal Court is the highest judicial organ in India. There are High Court at the State level, District Court at the District level and Lok Adalats at the Village and Panchayat level .In India, the Supreme Court has the power to interpret the Constitution and the Constitutional Tribunal has not been formed separately. But there are Administrative Tribunals in the Union and in each State.
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- Taunggyi University Research Journal