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           The rule of law - is the rule of law, which is fundamental to achieving sustainable peace, protection of human rights, sustainable economic progress and development. Establishing respect for the rule of law is fundamental to achieving a durable peace, to the effective protection of human rights, and to sustained economic progress and development.  The principle that everyone – from the individual right up to the State itself – is accountable to laws that are publicly promulgated, equally enforced and independently adjudicated. Rule of law activities support the development, promotion and implementation of international norms and standards in most fields of international law.

       Support a rule of law framework at the national level: a Constitution or its equivalent, as the highest law of the land; clear and consistent legal framework, and implementation thereof; strong institutions of justice, governance, security and human rights that are well structured, financed, trained and equipped; transitional justice processes and mechanisms; and a public and civil society that contributes to strengthening the rule of law and holding public officials and institutions accountable. These are the norms, policies, institutions and processes that form the core of a society in which individuals feel safe and secure, where disputes are settled peacefully and effective redress is available for harm suffered, and where all who violate the law, including the State itself, are held to account.

With best regards

Iftikhar Ahmad Khattak