The Foreign and Comparative Law Webinar Series of classes is designed to shed light on some of the foreign and comparative law issues currently being researched by the foreign law and international law experts at the Law Library of Congress.
In this entry in the series, we will explore the ramifications of the Taliban’s return for the Afghan legal order. We will discuss the Taliban’s constitutional vision and address what type of a constitution the Taliban may draft for a transformed Afghan society. We will also look at the Taliban’s quick restaffing of the judiciary, and their official conduct regarding Afghanistan’s extant laws. Specifically, hints from the Taliban’s first spell in power in 1990s will be thoroughly discussed.
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