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Fundamental Values of Administration of Justice: An Appraisal of the Dispensation of Justice in Bangladesh
  • Mohammad Saiful Islam
Mohammad Saiful Islam
International Islamic University Chittagong

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Abstract

Administering  justice  is  a  critical  role  of
the state that recognizes individuals’  rights,  assures impartial reprisal for wrongdoing, and promotes communal harmony. The judicial institution serves as the central mechanism for the proper administration of justice. To reach the right judgment, a fair, independent, and unbiased judicial process is essential. The legal system has thrived as a result of certain essential values that uphold the highest level of fairness and impartiality. As a result, Bangladesh’s administration of the justice system cannot fall far behind. Since the judicial institution is at the center of the administration of justice, the research initially focuses on a thorough examination of the  widely  acknowledged  essential  core  values  in  the judicial  system.  Second,  the  article  seeks to  assess  Bangladesh’s justice  system’s  conformity  to  the  justice  system’s  inclusive  essential  values.  Finally,  the  research  concludes  that Bangladesh’s  justice  system  has  secured  practically  all  essential  principles  through  constitutional  and  legislative endorsement.  Nonetheless,  due  to  several  shortcomings,  the  efficient  legal process  and  accessibility  of  the  justice  system have been questioned
22 Feb 2024Submitted to Advance
09 Apr 2024Published in Advance