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This paper deals with the controller for a stable walking of a humanoid robot using genetic algorithm. A humanoid robot has instability during walking because it isnt fixed on the ground, and its nonlinearities of the joints increase its instability. If controller isnt robust, the robot may fall down at the ground during walking because of its nonlinearities. To solve this problem, robust controller is required to reduce the effect of nonlinearities and to gain the good tracking performance. In this paper, motion controller that is based on fuzzy-sliding mode controller is proposed. This controller can remove the effect of the saturation by limitation of the input voltage. It also includes compensator for reducing the effect of the nonlinearity by backlash and PI controller improving the tracking performance. In here, genetic algorithm is used for searching the optimal gains of the controller. From the given controller, a humanoid robot can moved more preciously. All the processes are investigated through simulations and are verified experimentally in a real joint system for a humanoid robot.