The Formation of Juvenile Courts in Iraqi and Egyptian Law; Critical Vision

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Hussein Hamzah Najar Bashi, Mahdi Khaghani Esfahani, Soodabeh Rezvani

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The issue of the formation of juvenile trials in Iraqi and Egyptian law is one of the important topics in criminal policy, as it relates to an important segment on which the building of society is based and has an impact on the stability of society. One of the fair and equitable trial guarantees guaranteed to the adult accused, in order to strengthen and preserve the juvenile’s security rights and try to compensate him for the natural deficiency he suffers and take into account the serious desire to work on reforming and rehabilitating him. In order for him to be able to coexist in society without compromising his security and order, guarantees must be provided for his trial. And also the establishment of a fair trial aimed at correcting and reforming the juvenile and not aiming to inflict punishment on him, and this is what this touched upon.


To discuss it with the descriptive and analytical approach by taking the critical direction in opposition to the Iraqi and Egyptian legislation, with proposals for amending the related laws.

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