Article Cameroon

Constitution

Executive

Judicial

  • COURTS: Supreme Court (judges are appointed by the president); High Court of Justice (consists of nine judges and six substitute judges; elected by the National Assembly) – World Factbook: Cameroon (U.S. Central Intelligence Agency)
  • Juricaf: Cameroun external link decisions in French

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Last Updated: 04/27/2021

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Title
Cameroon
Subject Headings
-  executive powers
-  government
-  judicial powers
-  judiciary
-  law
-  law library
-  legal guides
-  legal research
-  legislative powers
-  supreme court
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