Evaluation of the Constitutionality of Convictions by the Congolese Justice for the Payment of Damages in Foreign Currency
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Case Studies | Law | Congo | Volume 7 Issue 11, November 2018

Evaluation of the Constitutionality of Convictions by the Congolese Justice for the Payment of Damages in Foreign Currency

Bakhonka Bin Nkala Pierre

The Democratic Republic of Congo is a Sovereign State, and independent, it has its own way called Franc, it allows the Congolese to make banking transactions, purchase and exchange of goods and services, generally the succumbed parties condemn by the courts and courts to pay damages in foreign currencies US Dollars the constitution of the Democratic Republic of Congo of February 18, 2006 to its article 1 states that the Democratic Republic of Congo is, in its borders of June 30, 1960. Is State of law, independent, sovereign, united and indivisible, democratic and secular social? Its emblem is the sky flag armed with a yellow star in the upper left corner and crossed a bias of a red band finely framed yellow. Its coat of arms consists of a Leopard's head framed on the left and, on the right, a tip of ivory and a spear, all resting on a stone. His anthem is the ?D?bout Congolais? It is recommended that any aggrieved person seize the Courts and Tribunals to see these to obtain compensation for the harmful facts suffered by it for the defendant's act. It is important to note that the plaintiffs seize the Courts and Tribunals by seeking compensation for damages suffered by them in US dollars, and the Judges seized of the dispute, accede to this procedure granting to the plaintiffs the damages in foreign currency which is the US dollars in violation of Articles 1 and 170 of the Constitution of the Democratic Republic of Congo

Keywords: Conviction, Justice, Constitutionality, Damages - Interest, currency

Edition: Volume 7 Issue 11, November 2018

Pages: 880 - 884

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Bakhonka Bin Nkala Pierre, "Evaluation of the Constitutionality of Convictions by the Congolese Justice for the Payment of Damages in Foreign Currency", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=ART20192777, Volume 7 Issue 11, November 2018, 880 - 884

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Case Studies, Law, Congo, Volume 7 Issue 11, November 2018

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Evaluation of the Constitutionality of Convictions by the Congolese Justice for the Payment of Damages in Foreign Currency

Bakhonka Bin Nkala Pierre

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