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Palestinian Ṣulḥa and the Rule of Law

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Abstract Palestine’s alternative dispute resolution process, the ṣulḥa system, is utilized in the vast majority of civil and criminal disputes. Despite the popularity of the ṣulḥa process, there exists, to date, no international legal assessment of such proceedings. This article assesses Palestinian ṣulḥa’s adherence to international rule of law standards. Using rule of law theory to assess the fairness, equity, and accessibility of the ṣulḥa system, this article determines that Palestinian ṣulḥa proceedings satisfy the major requirements of international rule of law standards.

Affiliations: 1: Master of Arts Program in Conflict Resolution, Georgetown University Washington, DC USA


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