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The '''Supreme Court''' is the judicial branch of [[Region/The Leftist Assembly|The Leftist Assembly]]. It consists of three Justices appointed by the Secretary and approved by citizens in individual confidence votes.
 
Each Justice's term lasts for approximately three months from the date of their confirmation until the date of the next Secretary's Supreme Court appointment confirmations.
==History==
===Tiered Justices===
The Legal Standard Act was proposed by Llorens in the [[5th General Assembly]] and passed by referendum, 18-3, on 21 May 2017. As per its changes, the positions of Chief Justice, First Justice and Second Justice, held at the time by New Lonopolian Empire, Rathfarnham and Llorens respectively, were each renamed to Justice and given equal voting power on all legal proceedings of the Ministry of Law.
 
===Independent judiciary===
The Judicial Separation Act was proposed by Llorens in the [[7th General Assembly]] and passed by referendum, 19-1, on 6 November 2017. As per its changes, the legislature and judiciary were completely separated following the [[The Leftist Assembly election, December 2017|December 2017general election]], with Justices instead being appointed by the Secretary and approved by citizens in individual confidence votes. The bill also officially named the judiciary as the Supreme Court.
 
===Civil and criminal law===
The Civil Cases legislative package was proposed by Dawtania in the [[14th General Assembly]], with a referendum passing 37-15 on 10 August 2019, and one subsequent statute law amendment passed by the General Assembly, 3-2. As per its changes, civil lawsuits and criminal cases were officially separated, distinguished by the dealing with non-criminal and criminal laws respectively, as well as the title of the accusatory party being changed from prosecutor to plaintiff for civil lawsuits.
 
==Terms==
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| [[1st Supreme Court|1st]]
| [[TheMarch Leftist2016 Assemblygeneral election, March 2016|March 2016]]
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| [[2nd Supreme Court|2nd]]
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| [[3rd Supreme Court|3rd]]
| [[TheSeptember Leftist2016 Assemblygeneral election, September 2016|September 2016]]
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| [[4th Supreme Court|4th]]
| [[TheDecember Leftist2016 Assemblygeneral election, December 2016|December 2016]]
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| [[5th Supreme Court|5th]]
| [[TheMarch Leftist2017 Assemblygeneral election, March 2017|March 2017]]
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| [[6th Supreme Court|6th]]
| [[TheJune Leftist2017 Assemblygeneral election, June 2017|June 2017]]
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| [[7th Supreme Court|7th]]
| [[TheSeptember Leftist2017 Assemblygeneral election, September 2017|September 2017]]
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| [[17th Supreme Court|17th]]
| Llorens
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| [[18th Supreme Court|18th]]
| Greylyn
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