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​Appeals Prosecution

In the law, an appeal is the appeal filed against a decision by one of the parties of the case to a court of a higher level than the court that made the decision requesting annulment or amendment of the decision. The Court of Appeal's role is to either support the decision by endorsing it if it was issued in accordance with the law, amend it, or annul it. This prosecution represents the public right before the Court of Appeal in Penal Cases, it also represents the government and other official institutions in appellate civil proceedings. In the event of annulment, the Court of Appeal has the power  either to decide on the case in its capacity as a court empowered to rule on the merits of the case or to return the case to the First Instance Court so as to rule in accordance with the decision made on the a​ppeal.​