OF DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF RELIGIOUS COURTS BODY
The organization of the Supreme Court, based on article 4 (1) Law No. 5/2004 on Changes to Law No. 14/1985 on the Supreme Court, comprises Chief Board, Justices, a Registrar and a Secretary.
The Secretary of the Supreme Court acts as the head of secretariat administration (article 25 point 1). Several directorate generals officiated by director generals and boards officiated by heads of boards are formed under the Secretary of the Supreme Court (article 25 point 3). While, regulations on organizational structure, tasks, responsibilities, and performance are determined by a presidential decree (article 25 point 6).
The aforementioned presidential decree is implemented in Presidential Regulation No. 13/2005 dated January 31, 2005 on the Secretariat of the Supreme Court. Referring to the regulation, the Secretariat of the Supreme Court is to assist the Supreme Court Chief Justice in coordinating and fostering technical, administrative, organizational and financial supports to all elements within the Supreme Court and all courts.
The Secretariat of the Supreme Court consists of:
- Directorate General of General Courts Body
- Directorate General of Religious Courts Body
- Directorate General of Military and State Administrative Courts Body
- Board of Supervision
- Board of Research, Development, Education, and Training on Laws and Judiciary.
- Board of Administration Affairs.
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