Tribal Criminal and Civil Disputes Regulation

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The Tribal Criminal and Civil Disputes Regulation (TCCDR) was a legal code introduced by the British in Iraq in 1916. The TCCDR was incorporated into the Iraqi Constitution in 1925. The regulation gave significant tax-levying and judicial powers to the Hashemite monarchy.[1]


  1. ^ Ismael, Tareq Y. The Rise and Fall of the Communist Party of Iraq. Cambridge/New York: Cambridge University Press, 2008. p. 13

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