CENTRAL AMERICAN COURT OF JUSTICE

CENTRAL AMERICAN COURT OF JUSTICE

Central American Court of Justice. A court created by a 1908 convention between Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua, to guarantee the rights of the various republics to maintain peace and harmony in their relations and to prevent recourse to the use of force. ? The convention expired after ten years, and the court ceased to exist in 1918.
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