Tajikistan’s Constitution of 1994 with Amendments through 2003
Article 84. Judicial power, being independent, is exercised in the name of the State by courts. Judicial power protects the rights and freedoms of individual and citizen, interests of the State, organizations, institutions, lawfulness, and justice. The judicial power is exercised by the Constitutional Court, Supreme Court, Highest Economic Court, Military Court, Court of Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Oblast, the courts of oblasts, the city of Dushanbe, cities and rayons, the Economic Court of the Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Oblast, [and] the economic courts of oblasts and the city Dushanbe . The organization and procedure for the activity of the courts are determined by a constitutional law. The term of authority of the judges is 10 years. The creation of extraordinary courts is prohibited.
Article 87. Judges are independent in their activity and are subordinate only to the Constitution and law. Interference in their activity is prohibited.
Judicial Council or Parallel Institution
Article 69. Powers of the President: […] Creates the Council of Justice; […]