Tilmann J. Röder* On 2-3 July 2007, a conference co-chaired by Afghanistan, Italy and the United Nations focused on the strengthening of the rule of law and justice in Afghanistan. As to the background: the Bonn Agreement of 20011 was successfully concluded in December 2005 with the opening of Afghanistan's bicameral National Assembly. During this four-year implementation phase promising developments seemed to be prevailing in Afghanistan as such. The GDP per capita increased significantly. Millions of children were enrolled in school for the first time in their lives. The prevalence of menacing diseases such as tuberculosis was considerably reduced. Since 2006 the situation has changed dramatically. The implementation of the Afghanistan Compact, a new five-year blueprint for cooperation between the international community and the government of Afghanistan, was launched at the London Conference in * 1 Head of Afghanistan Project at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law. The Agreement on Provisional Arrangements in Afghanistan Pending the Re-Establishment of Permanent Government Institutions (Bonn Agreement) of 5 December 2001 aimed at the creation of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. This process ended after the Loya Jirga's acceptance of the country's new constitution and the subsequent
Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law Online – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2007
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